Productivity apps like Slack and Zoom have become indispensable through the pandemic as many companies keep their employees working from home.
Our phones constantly chirp with news updates, emails, and social media notifications, and streaming services provide endless hours of distraction from lockdown tedium.
But there's a potential downside to our tech-saturated lives.
Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: how today's always-online culture can lead to isolation and burnout.
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