how to control your electronics so they don’t control you
Les Marshall stared at the computer screen he always had set at eye level as he typed, fluently, effortlessly, almost as if on automatic pilot, like a pianist playing a piece he’s played a thousand times before. He displayed no emotion, and other than the movement of his fingers, he showed no movement other than an ever so slight rocking back and forth of his upper body.
His browser was open to several windows at once. One was open to Morningstar.com, where Les could look up the latest earnings and trend information that he needed to produce his report. Another was open to ...