1. The deliberate removal of the self from technology and/or communication with the outside world. 2. A state conducive to broad, conceptual thinking and ‘A-ha’ moments.
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By Art Markman
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Leave your e-mail inbox behind by moving your communication to collaborative tools and social media.
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