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Digital Overload and Digital Guilt

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Digital Overload and Digital Guilt

Digital Overload and Digital Guilt

Digital Overload and Digital Guilt

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Unwatched television shows backed up on your TiVo, hundreds of e-mails to read... and then there are the blogs you haven't gotten to yet. Day to Day slightly confused correspondent Brian Unger comments on a modern syndrome that's spreading quickly: digital guilt.

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