This post is co-authored by Lee Glenn
“We must learn to balance the material wonders of technology with the spiritual demands of our human nature.” — John Naisbitt
At least that is how he phrased the concept of High Tech/High Touch as a minor thought in his 1982 futurist manifesto Megatrends. By 1999, the idea had blossomed into a complete book, High Tech/High Touch, Technology and Our Search for Meaning, elaborating on the growing distinction between the two and its importance to our emotional well being.
By 2014 we found the concept real and present at Adobe and Google on Seattle’s Lake …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green