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Take Fewer Photos. Make More Memories.

Braden S. Thompson | Posted 07.16.2014 | Technology
Braden S. Thompson

I sat there alone on the cold ground for the next 15 minutes quietly taking notice of every little thing. It's a memory and image I can still recall with vivid detail to this day. It never got any likes and no one knows what it looked like, but I don't care. I like it better that way.

A Word Is Worth a Thousand Pictures: Why I'm Taking a Vacation From Facebook, Instagram and Twitter On My Vacation

Dana McMahan | Posted 11.27.2013 | Travel
Dana McMahan

As much as I wanted to hang on to the barrage of stimuli and the thoughts tumbling through my head to mull over later, I killed that option bit by bit with every tap on the screen. I couldn't resist the profound urge to capture the experience -- I just went about it the wrong way.

HOLD STILL! It's Halloween

Adrian Kulp | Posted 12.31.2012 | Parents
Adrian Kulp

The days of a 'quick picture' are over.

Do Parents Today Take Too Many Photos Of Their Kids?

Babble.com | Posted 12.27.2012 | Parents
Babble.com

The worry is that constantly documenting our kids' childhoods gets in the way of their simple enjoyment of just being kids. We're inducing self-awareness too early, bringing about a critical gaze in a child who might otherwise be blissfully unaware.

Is Remembering More Important Than Experiencing?

Shawn Binder | Posted 11.17.2012 | Teen
Shawn Binder

We had just graduated and the only thing my friends were concerned with was taking pictures with everyone. When did it become more about the reminiscing than the actual experiencing?