Technology vs. a woman in a book store

In March, Fleabark launched a "little" project called  Share the Power. 

In addition to many innovative projects, this Communication Arts Collective is sharing the voices of everyday folks. Why not capture the raw thoughts of people we encounter in our daily lives? 

In this interview, Krishna Bhowmik interviews Sian McMullan.

What do you think about what Sian is saying?

Do you have a love/hate relationship with technology?

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