he infinite scroll is everywhere, its pull almost impossible to resist. Imagine a legendary restaurant offering an endless buffet. You’ve heard amazing things about the place, and you want to try their best item. You arrive hungry and you’re told you can eat as much as you’d like for free. There’s a constant flow of food, but there’s one catch — you never know which dish will come next or which one is best. Before you know it, you’re sick. A similar sickness is spreading throughout our culture. But it isn’t food we’re consuming — it’s content” – I read. In my case, instead of sickness, I feel sadness. After long days of mindless scrolling, I really feel like I’m loosing control over my habit. The virtual dependency is making me sort of digital junkie. I’m clearly having an unhealthy attachment to my phone, but luckily, only recently checking it every few minutes is becoming so compulsive.