The users weren’t fully aware of how addicted they were. They thought they picked up their phones half as much as they actually did. But whether they were aware of it or not, a new technology had seized control of around one-third of these young adults’ waking hours.
It took me over a week to finally find a distraction-free time to read this article. I disagree with some of it, agree with most. Finding a quiet moment is rare these days, constantly tempted by Twitter or Reddit or Facebook or Instagram. This isn't noteworthy for anyone who reads this, I imagine; it's ordinary.