News on SOC

2016

May

BBC News: The plan to ban work emails out of hours

April

BBC Newsbeat: German city puts traffic lights on pavements for smartphone users

March

Research Digest: Put it away – Spending work breaks on your smartphone is not rejuvenating

January

The Guardian: You’ve got email … but you don’t need to check it

Independent: 6 ways to manage your emails better in 2016, according to experts

2015

December

Gulf Business: Why email addiction is now an actual health problem

The New York Times: Your iPhone Is Ruining Your Posture — and Your Mood

The Guardian: How to stop 24/7 email ruining your life

November

BBC News: Phones need ‘bed mode’ to protect sleep

October

Boston Globe: How Sunday night became the new Monday morning

September

BPS Research digest: The psychological toll of being off-duty but “on call”

The Guardian: Why is America so afraid to take a vacation?

August

The Daily Telegraph: Smartphones are most popular means of getting online

TIME: Here’s Why Email Puts You in a Nasty Mood

June

The Guardian: Technology ‘stopping people switching off from work’

Fact company: How Email Became The Most Reviled Communication Experience Ever

BBC News: Students ‘cannot multi-task with mobiles and study’

May

BBC News: Losing focus: Why tech is getting in the way of work

The Guardian: Work email is making us a ‘generation of idiots’. Time to switch off

Economist: To sleep, perchance

The Times: Email alert: full inboxes leave staff exhausted

March

World Economic Forum: 2 ways to reduce your email anxiety

Harvard Business Review: Your Late-Night Emails Are Hurting Your Team

The Daily Telegraph: Your phone is ruining your life. We all need a digital Sabbath

The Guardian: Smartphones are addictive and should carry health warning, say academics

February

BBC News: Is email broken?

The Guardian: Clocking off: Japan calls time on long-hours work culture

January

The New York Times: Stop Checking Email So Often

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