Mobile phones, laptops and tablet computers give us the opportunity to be constantly deluged by information wherever we are in the world. And if we have one of these devices and don't turn it off then we can be reached, wherever we are. So is being always on a good thing? Here with new writing and discussion are the Financial Times Slow Lane columnist Harry Eyres, Guardian digital media correspondent Jemima Kiss and the best selling author William Powers who has written a guide book on how to live wisely and happily in a connected world.
Producer Paul Dodgson.