All Alone Together
They nurture friendships on social-networking sites and then wonder if they are among friends. They are connected all day but are not sure if they have communicated. They become confused about companionship. Can they find it in their lives on the screen?
The above question is raised by MIT psychology professor Sherry Turkle in her book Alone Together. Turkle comments on the insightful book in a video in this week's Principal's Blog. Read how Hillcrest is striving to curb the influence of technology for the benefit of students building meaningful relationships in a Biblical context.