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The Digital Diet

The Digital Diet by Daniel Sieberg
May 03, 2011 | 272 Pages
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Anyone who thinks he or she doesn’t need a digital diet is in denial. Sieberg nails the sad truth of what our tech-triggered ADD has done to us and offers solutions for breaking away–and re-incorporating these same tools in a healthier, more meaningful way. If you’ve got your nose in your blackberry as you read this, this book is for you.”
–Leigh Gallagher, assistant managing editor, Fortune

The Digital Diet is a book packed with wisdom you can put to use right away. It gives you the power to take a huge weight off your shoulders — and regain control of your life. Sieberg clearly loves technology, and shows how to make it work for you, not you for it.”
–Will Schwalbe, co-author of SEND: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do it Better.

Outlines simple advice on how to reduce your Internet intake and gain control of your life…With his nifty new book, he’s given overburdened consumers some sound advice.”  – Jon Swartz, USA Today 

This book is brisk, lively, and smart. It’s also deeply important: many of us use technology too much, without realizing it. Sieberg has had his own problems with overuse and overload, and now he’s emerged with a very sensible set of solutions for helping people restore balance to their lives. It’s the rare diet book that might actually work.”
— Nicholas Thompson, Senior Editor, The New Yorker

“In The Digital Diet, Daniel Sieberg offers strategies to help us address our tech-dependence and learn to live peacefully with technology. Through well-researched data and guided exercises, he provides a new way to think about, and ultimately change, our connection to the digital world. This book is fun, informed, and incredibly user-friendly.”
–Dr. Katherine L. Muller, Behavioral Psychologist, Center for Integrative Psychotherapy

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