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In the spirit of Time Well Spent, we respect your time and we strive to embody our core principles in how we communicate.
We are inundated with inquiries, so we hope you can also respect our time by checking if other parts of our site (such as Jobs or Volunteering), or the Frequently Asked Questions below, already answer your question.
In many cases we end up referring inquiries to our Discussion Forum, which is an excellent place to chat with like-minded people, to share your product/app, to organize local gatherings, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: We’ve curated a reading list which we update regularly which you can find here. You can also subscribe to our mailing list.) If you want to go deep, we recommend listening to Sam Harris' interview with former Google design ethicist Tristan Harris, titled "What is Technology Doing to Us?".
A: Check out our list of tips, habits and tools to minimize distraction and create a more intentional relationship with our devices.
A: Fantastic! First, please run your product through our Design Checklist. Secondly, please submit your product via this form. We’re currently developing our TWS affiliate programme so you can expect to hear from us after your submission should there be a potential to collaborate. We also encourage you to check out Joe Edelman’s talk “Is Anything Worth Maximizing?” too.
A: We’re always on the lookout for great people who share our values and vision. Please fill out our volunteer form here and we’ll be in touch should we have a relevant opening!
A: We recommend turning off notifications, limiting screentime and educating children about how technology is often intentionally designed to maximize addiction (see the 60 Minutes segment on "Brain Hacking").
We also encourage you to check out Common Sense Media's Guide to Digital Citizenship. Common Sense Media is a non-profit dedicated to educating children, teachers and parents about digital citizenship.
A: There is significant overlap with our mission and values at TWS and those that are fundamental to mindfulness. Please see our below partner projects: Designing Mindfulness, CalmTech.com, and DigitalMindfulness.net.
A: Please fill out the below form with the subject line “Media Interview” and tell us a little bit about you, your publication/broadcaster and some specifics on the interview.
A: Tristan is overwhelmed with interest to speak at events. We recommend you consider requesting James Williams based at the Oxford Internet Institute in the UK.
If you'd still like to ask Tristan to speak, please fill out this form and select “Speaking Engagement” and outline the specifics of the event (dates, audience, theme etc.).