One of the most common complaints about tech relates to its effect on human’s relationship to the world. People often claim that tech isolates rather than connects, and causes people to fixate on things that don’t matter. Nutrition apps are an example of this; although tracking caloric intake and charting the progress of your workout might be useful, these sorts of functions make users lose sight of less quantifiable goals. When you only look at a meal as a calculable number of calories, it becomes less enjoyable. The feeling of control is intoxicating, and it may not be the ‘healthiest’ route to physical or mental well being. Read more here.