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Using Technology To Enforce Good Behavior

January 3rd, 2011 01:25 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Ismellpoop writes “With the new year upon us and resolutions being made to change unwanted behavior, many tools are now available to help people stay in line, such as a GPS-enabled app that locks down texting once a car gets rolling and a program that cuts off credit-card spending. Another device monitors your workout and offers real-time voice feedback. Have we entered an era in which electronics serve as mother, cop and coach because we can’t manage our own desires?”

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