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Could you give up your smartphone for a whole week?

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Jason Del Rey invites to the show Manoush Zomorodi, host of “New Tech City” on WNYC, New York’s NPR station. Zomorodi talks about her experience in distancing herself from her phone, as well as the benefits to being bored and having the chance to revamp your imagination. Learn more about the project at www.newtechcity.org/bored.