The One Word That Can Help Us Break Our Tech Addiction

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After my wife accidentally drove her SUV over the new motorized driveway gate the contractor installed, I shook my head in disbelief and said, “Maybe I should start taking drugs.”

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I’m a retail architect that studies human behavior, perception, and decision-making. I’m fascinated with the intersection of where commerce and community meet.

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I’m a retail architect that studies human behavior, perception, and decision-making. I’m fascinated with the intersection of where commerce and community meet.

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