Upswings of downtime tech

The pandemic has a led to increases in the sales of all forms of technology. Computers, video games, streaming services, etc. How we’re spending time at home – or away from people – is a new type of American experience.

The burgeoning at-home entertainment market (at least electronic) is only a handful of decades old. And yet, here we are, spending time online, binge-watching Grey’s Anatomy (or so I’m told…), and delving into new distractions.

When we’ve reached the other side, how difficult will it be to pull ourselves away from all of the technology that we’ve become so reliant on? Or, will we continue to adapt, coexisting physically and digitally?

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