|Pedro Veneziano - NYTimes|
In Clayton Christensen
's book Innovator's Dilemma
he discusses how "disruptive technology" can be both helpful and terrible at the same time and how we can navigate to the helpful side.
As an example, look at our technology habits when it comes to communicating—texting, phone, tweets, Instagram, YouTube, etc.—with one another and where it is leading our younger generations.
Along with Christensen, here are three excellent resources to read to learn about the insidious, ill-side of technology.
The Big Disconnect: Protecting Childhood and Family Relationships in the Digital Age
by Catherine Steiner-Adair (2013)
"Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation"
by Jean M. Twenge from The Atlantic
"Save Your Sanity, Downgrade Your Life,"
by Pamela Paul in the Sunday NYTimes