[T]he demands of the digital world need not consign us to a catatonic state. It may still be possible to anticipate and manage the steady acceleration of incoming stimuli, if we adopt lessons from community of people who are already experts in handling overload: people with autism.

That’s the premise of my first story for Medium’s monthly magazine. I spoke with autistic people and autism researchers to find out how neurotypical (i.e. non-autistic) people can borrow from autistic experiences in order to manage the growing problem of digital overload. Read the whole story on Medium.