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Siempo Distraction-Limiting Phone

There are many ways people try to limit distractions. The Siempo Distraction-Limiting Phone aims to stop them at their origin: your pocket computer. It starts with an interface that does away with the familiar grid of apps for a text-based system that lets you quickly write and respond to messages and emails, see the weather, play music, browse the web, and more. Instead of buzzing every time a notification comes in, it holds them for a set period and displays them all at once, and a physical "pause" button lets you mute all interruptions without opening a single menu. These features combined make it easier to stay in the moment and less likely you'll get sucked down the app rabbit hole.

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