The great Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project and other bestselling books, recently interviewed me; I talked about my work and life habits (good and bad), my relationship to time, and my ongoing struggle to be the boss of my laptop and not the other way around. You can read the whole Q&A on Gretchen's website.
Recently, for Heleo, I sat down with my friend and neighbor Doug Rushkoff, the author of Present Shock and many other smart books, to talk about how technology has changed our experience of time. We covered a lot of ground: caveman time, Dopamine Week, Thomas Edison and the virtues of oblivion, the little-known 25th hour in the day, and much more. A video and full transcript of the conversation can be found on the Heleo site here. Go check us out!