Paul Miller, The Verge:
In Present Shock, [Douglas] Rushkoff describes our current state of information-saturated, always-on, technology-conformed being. He defines a number of syndromes or symptoms of this problem, and gives them fancy names like “Digiphrenia” and “Fractalnoia.” They sound like mental disorders, which is sort of the point.
A fascinating read. Rushkoff has some fascinating theories about our focus on the present, and how information overload is affecting our everyday lives.