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Crackberry'd: The Truth About Information Overload (4 Jan. 2011)
"Are We Digital Dummies?" (original title)

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One thing is certain about human nature...we're born talkers. Our urge to communicate is universal. And now with modern technology we can meet anybody... anywhere... at anytime. Today our ... See full summary »

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Ann-Marie MacDonald ...
Herself, host, narrator
Tod Maffin ...
Himself, technology consultant
Jack Grushcow ...
Himself, software inventor
Justin Trudeau ...
Himself, Liberal MP
Rod Bruinooge ...
Himself, Conservative MP
Kady O'Malley ...
Herself, journalist
Susan Delacourt ...
Herself, journalist, Toronto Star
Linda Duxbury ...
Herself, Carleton University
Rick Mercer ...
Himself, Rick Mercer Report
Kevin Michaluk ...
Himself, CrackBerry.com
Ira Hyman ...
Himself, Western Washington University
Andy Schaudt ...
Himself, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Gary Small ...
Himself, neuroscientist
Eyal Ophir ...
Himself, Stanford University
Hilarie Cash ...
Herself - Internet addiction counselor (as Hilary Cash)
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One thing is certain about human nature...we're born talkers. Our urge to communicate is universal. And now with modern technology we can meet anybody... anywhere... at anytime. Today our means for communication are endless: twelve billion text messages are sent worldwide every day. Thirteen million Canadians are Facebook users. And the number of personal computers in use around the globe is expected to double in the next four years. But is all this access to technology actually making our lives better? Are We Digital Dummies? takes a hard look at how computers and the latest cell phone technology affect our families and our co-workers in addition to our own lives. Written by Merit Motion Pictures

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Are we managing technology, or is it managing us?

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