Looking at the Wall (S2:E3)

Amelia's childhood was largely devoid of technology. But when she got a computer and the internet in her own bedroom, she found the new mode of communication through chatrooms and email utterly addictive. She's struggled ever since with how much technology she wants in her life, especially now that she's a mother.

 Modified image from original photo by David, Bergin, Emmet and Elliott via Flickr

Modified image from original photo by David, Bergin, Emmet and Elliott via Flickr

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