Switched on, burnt out: "Mobile phones, email, Blackberries - technology has made us available all day, every day. But at what price, asks Karen Kissane. What price this noisy revolution, with its demands for everyone to be available everywhere, at every moment? How do we pay for the convenience of being able to keep tabs on the kids while we are at work, and tabs on work while we are with the kids? What is happening to solitude, attentiveness, and the boundaries between the public and private spheres in the age of mobiles and Blackberries, SMS and email? read the full article on The Age "