Phone Faced Down At The Wedding…

 

 

 

 

Last night my parents and I went to a family wedding. At some point I saw my dad checking his emails, sitting next to the table. And then I heard him whispering angrily to himself “Phone Faced Down!”. He put down his phone, my mom smiled to herself, and we all went for a dance. 

Ela Brayer-Faifkov, Tel-Aviv, Israel

 

In my studio I got no Internet connection

In my studio I got no Internet connection. It’s part of my philosophy – separating the professional from the personal. So while working on my music, I’m never disturbed by emails or Facebook or anything similar. I can solely concentrate on my art.

 

gilad kahana

Gilad Kahana, Creator, Tel-Aviv

The First Person to Touch Their Phone Pays The Bill

My friends and I started a new trend. When we go out we place are phones in a pile upside down and out of reach. The first person to touch their phone pays the bill. Needless to say- we enjoy a smartphone free conversation, just like the good old days.

Tal J. Sandler

Tal J. Sandler, Tel-Aviv, Israel

Ten Smartphones in my Bed… What a Nightmare!

“After our last talk about the Digital Diet,  I dreamt that I sleep with ten smartphones around me in bed… they were so heavy I couldn’t move them around or even pick them up…

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[still in the dream] I woke up, and then we had a discussion about the conspiration theory of how Apple, Google and Facebook intend to turn my pillow into a huge advertisement space, and that I will never be able to sleep again anymore!”

Tal Halevi, Tel-Aviv, Israel