life before technology

Before Tech
5:25 pm
Fri January 13, 2012

Writers Series: Before Tech with essay by Keith Taylor

Michigan poet and writer Keith Taylor.
Robert Turney

For our series Before Technology, we asked Michigan writers to share their thoughts on life before smart phones, the internet and social media.

Keith Taylor is a Michigan poet and writer. He describes the benefits of technology when we’re far away from home.

Writers Series
4:58 pm
Fri December 16, 2011

Life Before Technology, with essay by Susan Hutton

A former Stegner Fellow at Stanford, Susan lives in Ann Arbor, MI with her husband and two children.
Courtesy of Susan Hutton

We've been asking Michigan writers to share their thoughts on life before technology, the internet and social media.

Susan Hutton is a Michigan writer and poet. Before having twins, she had some idea of what parenting would be like -- along with the fears and struggles that come with it.

In her essay, Hutton tells us about parenting in the age of cell phones.

Michigan Radio wants to hear from you. If you are a writer and have something to say about life before technology, send us an email with your idea to storyideas@michiganradio.org

 

Writers Series
5:35 pm
Fri November 18, 2011

Life Before Technology, with essay by Natalie Bakopoulos

Technology surrounds us. It seems we’re always connected to something…the internet, cell phones and social media. It can be difficult to unplug sometimes.

As part of our series Before Tech, Michigan writers share stories about their relationship to technology.

Today, writer Natalie Bakopoulos tells us about her college days, before the phenomena of social media.

She is an English professor at the University of Michigan.