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  • adj. Excessively connected; having too many connections.


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over- +‎ connected


  • In our crazily scheduled, overloaded, overconnected world, it's sometimes easy to forget that the best way from here to there is often just A to B. Wyclef's unswerving determination and single-minded eye to his goal reminded us quite a few times that sometimes less complicated can be more effective.

    Marian Salzman: What I've Learned From Wyclef Jean

  • Frankly, I think everyone is WAY overconnected these days.

    How Many Web Services Can One Person Use? - Bits Blog -

  • They worry that folks are becoming overconnected and are losing something in this shift.

    The End of Alone « open thinking

  • Release or creative destruction takes place when the conservation phase has built elaborate and tightly bound structures that have become “overconnected,” so that a rapid change is triggered.

    An Introduction to Ecological Economics~ Chapter 3

  • New York's Ackerman Institute for the Family now offers therapy for the overconnected.

    Laptop Love

  • This was the topic this morning on the news - children overconnected in ways that are taking them away from other, as- or more important types of connections and activities in the physical world.

    Going from "It" to "Out": Dealing with network withdrawal

  • This choice stems from living in an Internet-driven, overconnected world. News

  • From my point of view, in an Internet-driven overconnected world, George Orwell is my best option for a privacy partner. News

  • In an Internet-driven, overconnected world, some connections are too dangerous to make. News

  • Unfortunately, when all these companies chose the same service, they became connected - and overconnected. News


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