Human relationships are rich and they are messy and they are demanding and we clean them up with technology.
— Sherry Tuckle
Technology is the great deceiver. We can use it to craft how we present ourselves to others.
Unfortunately, we lose the connections. As a university campus webmaster, I most preferred meeting in person. Phone was second best. Email only was least. At the time, I thought it a James Borg thing that 93% of communication is non-verbal (words). Email only interactions usually suffered from misunderstandings. People with whom I had single meeting were more understanding and less problematic.
Now days, I think oxytocin generating trust is responsible. Email is just text and misunderstandings happen when the reader has assumptions to mistrust the writer. That meeting in person creates the necessary trust.
Technology does enhance our relationships when used to augment in person interactions not replace them.
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