“If you’re between 8 and 18, you spend more than 11 hours a day plugged into an electronic device. The average American teen now spends nearly every waking moment on a smart phone or computer or watching TV. This seismic shift in how kids spend their time is having a profound effect on the way they make friends, the way they date, and their introduction to the world of sex.” Vanity Fair’s Nancy Jo Sales (of Bling Ring fame) takes a look at what Facebook, Twitter, Tinder, Instagram, and Internet porn are doing to America’s teenage girls: Friends Without Benefits.

+ Over the weekend, I watched the movie Disconnect. It’s an excellent movie that provides an interesting look into our search for human connections in an always on world.