You can't read an online tech site this week without hearing about the new Apple iPad. Traditional media hope this newest gadget will be the savior of newspapers; the New York Times
can't help gushing about iPad.
What is the role of all this technology? When is it helpful and when is it a distraction? Working from home, I always have a wifi connection and laptop nearby so I rely on a $20 prepaid cellphone from Target. But the technological distraction isn't just physical. I find myself sometimes so worn out reading blogs that I have no time left for reading the more classic Quaker material that I know will be more nourishing to my spirit.
How do Friends discern what we might think of as "rightly ordered" technology?