A year or so ago I posted an article about internet addiction. With the rapid onset and seemingly exponential advancement of technology, the problem seems to be an ever-expanding one – forming a web of ensalvement of its own you might say. The latest commentary on this is the somewhat tnogue-in-cheek but still highly disturbing account written in today’s Age by Lisa Pryor. I particularly resonate with her introduction in which she laments the paradox of our time-restricted culture where we also somehow find the time to indulge in completely banal activities such as twittering at 3am about our insomnia. Check it out here.