19 Dec 2018

The art of waiting in an instant world

From Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm, 3:10 pm on 19 December 2018

Anyone  counting down the sleeps until Christmas, knows that waiting can be downright painful. In our modern world of fast moving technology and instant messaging, we've lost the ability to wait well says professor Jason Farman of the University of Maryland.  He explains the cost of instant gratification and offers perspective on how to embrace being on hold in his new book Delayed Response: The Art of Waiting From the Ancient to the Instant World

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