Oliver Sacks on Digital Stuff

From The New Yorker, February 11, 2019 (Posthumously? Reprint? Sachs died in 2015) My favorite aunt, Auntie Len, when she was in her eighties, told me that she had not had too much difficulty adjusting to all the things that were new in her lifetime—jet planes, space travel, plastics, and so on—but that she could… Continue reading Oliver Sacks on Digital Stuff