THINKING

Tanya writes regularly on digital wellbeing, digital detox, Big Tech, screen-life balance, cybersafety, persuasive tech, the attention economy and other topical issues related to the digital world.

Screen time this summer: curation before clocks

Panic has been mounting in parents all across the globe over screen time in the pandemic. Research has shown links between excess screen time and poor diet and body mass outcomes, and studies have been published on the negative impact on mental health from social...

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The other pandemic: cybercrime

During the Covid-19 pandemic we've all been spending far more time online than usual and so have another group: cybercriminals. According to Ofcom we're now spending on average four hours online a day. This, combined with increased anxiety and stress around the...

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Is It Time To Rethink Smartphones in Schools?

As we get to the end of another school year I'm getting more involved with in-school discussions on what smartphone policies should be for the next academic year. This is a really good time to be thinking about it so that pupils and parents are forewarned before...

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BOOKS

Tanya is the author of three books on our complicated relationship with technology: ‘Off.’ and Stop Staring at Screens’ are out now. Tanya's third book My Brain Has Too Many Tabs Open’ will be published 21st September 2021 in the US and UK.

OFF: Your Digital Detox for a Better Life

"She presents simple ideas alongside practical suggestions for how to implement them - leaving you inspired and motivated by the end."

Stop Staring at Screens!

"Perhaps the best compliment I can pay this is that as soon as I started reading this, my 13-year-old son started looking over my shoulder, and in short order said, "I want to read this as soon as you're done. And I want to do this." 

My Brain Has Too Many Tabs Open

How to Untangle our Relationship with Tech - Available for Pre-Order Now.

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