July 9, 2013
The New New Naturalism in the Era of “Processed” Relationships

On a weekend in the middle of June, a few hundred people gathered together at an event called Camp Grounded in northern California for a celebration of leaving technology behind. Organized by the group Digital Detox, the $350 experience appears to have been fun.
And exceptionally well attended by national media.
Read more. [Image: Alexis C. Madrigal]

The New New Naturalism in the Era of “Processed” Relationships

On a weekend in the middle of June, a few hundred people gathered together at an event called Camp Grounded in northern California for a celebration of leaving technology behind. Organized by the group Digital Detox, the $350 experience appears to have been fun.

And exceptionally well attended by national media.

Read more. [Image: Alexis C. Madrigal]

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