“82% felt meal times should be device-free. 22% said the use of mobiles stopped their families enjoying each other’s company. And 36% had asked [them] to put down their phones.” Is this yet another survey of parents complaining that their kids won’t get off their devices? Nope. The opposite. Parents’ mobile use harms family life, say secondary pupils. (I have no idea what these kids are talking about, although my son’s little league game was briefly delayed over the weekend when I got absorbed by something on my iPhone. I was coaching third at the time…)

+ The Guardian: The new status symbol: it’s not what you spend — it’s how hard you work.