We are living in an age of ambient interruption.
...the new form interruption now comes from our peers. It's pervasive, subtle and ambient—it surrounds us at all times and manifests itself in various forms of technologies and devices.
We've given our friends and favorite brands permission to 'interrupt' us, through e-mail, text, IM, social networks—you name it.
Saturday, January 19, 2008
Logic+Emotion: Ambient Interruption
David Armano adds to the discourse regarding multi-tasking and constant, partial attention with Ambient Interruption: