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Can’t tell if this photo is just one more angle on our device addiction, or a backlash to it.
(photo credit: Zach Arias caption: In a world where texts, tweets and Facebook are constantly accessible through always-handy cell phones, it seems we are never left alone. Photographer Zack Arias’s #de_VICE series captures people who are lost in the world of their digital devices. “We are tethered to our devices to the point they may be a vice,” Arias wrote on his blog last year. “I know I struggle with it. Once you are in the iWorld it’s amazing how unaware you become of your surroundings.”)
Visit BagNewsNotes: Today’s Media Images Analyzed
Bag’s Take-Away:"Uber-Power and Ego" Pictures of the Week, #2 — Mark Zuckerberg. (Yep, at core of the matrix is Mark’s little headshot.)
(photo: Kimihiro Hoshino/AFP/Getty Images caption: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivers a keynote during the Facebook f8 Developer Conference at the San Francisco Design Center in San Francisco on September 22, 2011 in California.)