Tuesday, June 08, 2010
Washington Post Enterprise Editor Marc Fisher and reporter Mike Rosenwald discuss what happened when Fisher asked his reporters to do the unthinkable: unplug. His staff agreed not to use e-mail, Internet or texts for one week.
In doing so, they discovered how profoundly the digital world has changed they way they relate not only to sources and co-workers, but also to friends and family.
You can read more about the Unplugged series on the Washington Post website.