Relax, you’re not stressed. You’re not sleeping. You’re twitchy. You can’t interact with humans. You’re never offline. You can’t focus. You and your kids scream at each other about iPad time. You use apps the same way Elvis used prescription drugs. You’re under surveillance. You’re sharing secrets. Your identity has been stolen. You suffer simultaneously from FOMO (fear of missing out) and FOBIA (fear of being invited again). You never really leave work. You obsess over your social networking stats and have deep concerns about the development of your personal brand. You downloaded several productivity apps to be more efficient when selecting your next productivity app. You take a series of mindfullness, meditation, and yoga classes all of which share the common goal of reminding you to breathe. You feel something vibrating on your thigh even when your phone is not in your pocket. But you’re not stressed. The NYT Upshot on the latest Pew survey which proves it once and for all: Technology has made life different, but not necessarily more stressful. Isn’t that a relief?