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Don’t Blame the Designers for Your Digital Addiction

So-called dopamine hacking is more sales pitch than science. What matters isn’t how our attention is captured, but what we pay attention to.

Illustration: Rebekka Dunlap

EEarlier this month, during a visit to a YMCA in London, Prince Harry argued that Fortnite should be banned, complaining that the video game is…




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