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Friday Feature: Life Unplugged

by Eithne Cullen This winter, we were burgled. A laptop had been pulled out of a cupboard along with its expensive bag, only to be discarded. It wasn’t worth stealing; no built-in camera or microphone. Actually, the desktop I use for most of my writing has neither of those features either. It ...

Thursday Connectors: Digital Dilemmas

by Farzana Hakim Hello, all. Welcome to another Thursday Connectors, with me, your host, Farzana. This week, we’re talking about the digital dilemmas we’ve had to face during lockdown. For this, I’ll be connecting with a couple of young adults from the UK who share their experiences of being unplugged, and whether ...

Thoughtful Tuesdays: Unplugged

by Eithne Cullen Our theme for this week’s magazine is 'Unplugged'. We’ve been cut off and plugged in for a long time now. Everyone says: 'What would we have done without the technology we’ve got?' For me, the theatres streaming performances has been a real lifesaver, a reminder of normal life. And ...

Monday Memoirs: Unplugged

Introduced by Holly King I think a lot about technology. How dependent we all are on it, how the list of technological appliances you rely on gets longer the more you think about it. I rely on a digital alarm to wake me up, an app on my phone to beep ...