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times the amount of work now than
in the days when I had to type it and
fax it. Online banking is useful, too,
when you're in the middle of nowhere!
Paul: Quick access to news: I haven't
bought a paper or book in years, I read
digital versions on my Kindle. Tech has
made a difference to everyone we
must be better off with it.
Lucy: Without technology, I wouldn't
have built the business I have. Also,
I met my partner online even before
the days of Tinder. That's changed
my life for the better.
And what about negative aspects?
Lucy: l've been subjected to abuse.
Recently, I was called 'fat' and 'ugly' in
a comment on a post l'd written about
body empowerment. I've been in tears
and wonder why I let someone else's
words affect me and my mental health.
At times, l've had to take a break from
it. Last year, I was struggling with bad
skin and some of the comments hit me
hard, as I was already self-conscious
about it. It's part of the industry I'm in,
but I shouldn't have to get used to that.
Emma: At school, I had problems with
people making mean comments on
my Facebook posts, just because
they didn't like them
Any tech you can't live without?
Paul: Loads - phone, laptop... I take
my Kindle everywhere. And online Sally: I can live without my mobile looked at that, and it's a bit worrying.
banking. No more posting cheques! phone, but not my laptop. I still like Lucy: Seven-and-a-half hours on my
Lucy: I need my phone for work. Also, to read papers and books, but I have phone. I use it for work then I go
my other half lives away Monday to also taught myself a few Charleston home and use it a lot... And that's not
Friday, so we Face Time. l'd sworn off steps by watching YouTube
having a Kindle but now I think they're Emma: My phone. I don't have a TV
amazing I read 18 books on a trip to at uni, so I watch YouTube videos on "l'm on my pnone as
Mexico. It saves so much space and my phone- with so much new content
can download them wherever I am very day, I never get bored. I'm also
including time spent on my Mac.
much as I'm sleeping
65% OF UNDER 35s
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WITHIN 5 MINUTES
obsessed with social media. When I
study, I put my phone on the other
side of the room but I check it if I think
I've had a notification. If I had to give
it up, I'd worry I was missing out.
What's your average screen time?
how it adds up'
It's scary how much it adds up I'm
on my phone as much as I am
ON AVERAGE, PEOPLE Emma: It depends on how busy I am, Have you ever done a digital detox?
IN THE UK CHECK
THEIR PHONES EVERY Even when I'm sitting with my
12 MINUTES OF THE
but at least nine or 10 hours a day.
flatmates, we're all on our phones.
Paul: Four-and-a-half hours a day,
on average. This is the first time l've
Sally: My life is a digital detox. I could
easily go a whole week as long as I had
a landline. One time, someone cut our
internet cable and we were out for
two weeks. I felt perfectly free.
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Source: ofcom.org.uk A Decade of Digital Dependency, 2 August 2018