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Eight are you missing out on life because you're too busy documenting it -- always holding this thing up like if you're on vacation.
On safari you're watching the lions but you're actually photographing them.
We're at a concept you're actually photographing it rather than listening to the music looking at the band they actually photographing the July 4 violence is -- -- actually enjoying the moment.
-- Charlene did Guzman is an actress and right -- Who made a short film about this we gonna talk to Charlene in one moment.
Here's a clip from natural film -- -- They're very funny get very poignant Charlene -- -- what what drove you to do this in the first place.
I'm actually think -- really big pet peeve of mine for awhile when people fill that concert then.
-- though is it being because I can always barely see it concerts because I'm -- I think you.
And they're selling these phones in front of me filming the cons there with only blew my mind because you're already -- year with him.
It's no it's a very good point you know I I always remember you look back at the -- concerts of the 60s70s.
And everybody's holding up -- lighters or something now the light so try always the screen.
Of funds -- it get resolved and I admit I do I'm no less guilty of it than anybody else in terms of -- -- -- camera at NASA now.
I guess how do you think we should we can and should tackle.
Well for me because I definitely am a former phone addicts and have been called out -- my friends which got me thinking about this.
Now that I have that in -- even -- out.
And I look around.
And I see people on their phones that just makes me think a little differently -- sometimes now I'm eating -- -- -- myself -- out with friends there's that little voice in my.
Head that says.
You can put your phone down and look at it later and everything still -- And say you do not need a picture of -- lasagna.
-- -- End of the world you can take a picture bucket you're finally happened that right 1 picture Don yep -- that's down by showing -- -- -- In tumbled Tom Barnett didn't just say that even remote on terribly -- and but I was chief business development -- with custom -- cynical and Bob let's aptly named.
The U what what's sure did perspective on all on this use of social media over uses a -- a lot of people would say.
Well I think there for -- perpetuating this consummate.
The phone now a fair missing out in really because you know people in now more than ever are transparent with their experiences on social media.
Mobile device -- given the opportunity to share experiences in the moment when there's a photo or video.
The fact that technologies this is Nam is allowing folks to share this concept of their -- -- and I'm bragging about the experience of Herat.
Bragging about this on this person at their creating on social media which is the ideal version of the person I think they wanna be the one that's -- the concerts.
The one that's out there it -- -- -- restaurant's -- after.
So the idea is that it's no wrong.
The experience isn't really any experience any mall unless all of your friends and acquaintances on FaceBook -- -- ever know that you have that experience.
It's a bit of a brag and I think that -- you know -- mentioned that were where this sort of -- offered phase right now where he's back in the day.
You know folks weren't -- to technology and had a real world experiences and in the future.
We may be a point where the technology is is so seamless and into it is that it's not really gonna disrupt the experience itself but -- wearable technology to protect yourself.
At this moment as we're you know getting used -- the use of devices is a little bit of friction in that process.
It's becoming destructive more imported it to the -- experience.
-- -- I can imagine a lot of your friends have looked at your movie and say yes absolutely.
And then quarterback doing exactly what they always did the fall.
-- yeah I find personally it it it's interesting for me like I was just out last night with friends and you know the -- I have my phone now it is big deal.
Yes -- -- yes your your you're asking to be criticized the second you.
Take that device out of you professor Leon you.
Yeah and I'm like you guys I'm human killed.
I get it any.
-- we -- we all do it I would -- I think you're not your -- sends a great message -- because -- an actress and -- -- joining us from -- thanks very much for sharing -- with us.
Thank you so much for -- all right Tom let me come back to you for a loss would on this do you think it's I mean it doesn't seem that in this wolves.
We going to change this kind of behavior anytime soon if anything he's gonna -- -- An escape for reform marketing itself and but he sold out our -- ability to to integrate into our everyday life and I think that as technology advances.
-- can allow us to you.
To eliminate the friction is disruption.
That pulling our device or logging into.
To a social platform to share really affords us right now.
All right I'm and -- -- do you think that.
That they the younger generation can be.
Sort of shape to -- -- is this a parental thing way you have to kind of teach them the rules and regulations and just that.
So the best practices of social media I mean it's a it's a little bit of behavior thing but I think it's going to be very difficult for us.
The use of technology and sharing on social platforms when they become much more more part of our lives.
I think it's it's just a matter of how we can.
Again eliminate that -- and again and realize that we're having real world experiences and we shouldn't take that for granted to all right Tom Tom long tempo chief -- -- business development officer because in my bombs cynical.
I'm -- does that check out their website at KB SP dot com great to have you hit some think it earlier today.
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