“A Four-Step Plan to Break Your Tech Addiction and Regain Balance in Your Life”

Featuring: Daniel Sieberg in a conversation with Erica Hill

We all know someone who needs a digital diet.

Technology has overwhelmed our daily lives to the point of constant distraction. Many of us can no longer focus on a single task or face-to-face conversation without wanting to reach out—or retreat—to the virtual world every few minutes.

Science and technology reporter and recovering digital addict Daniel Sieberg has devised a foolproof 4-step plan to help you regain control, focus, and true connection in your life.

Emmy-nominated Daniel Sieberg is the host of Tech This Out! on ABC News NOW and contributes science and technology stories to other ABC News shows including Nightline and Good Morning America. His first book, entitled “The Digital Diet: A Four-Step Plan to Break Your Tech Addiction And Regain Balance In Your Life,” will be published on May 3rd. (Random House/Crown/Three Rivers) Sieberg also contributes to Details magazine and other TV networks including BBC World News America, PBS, MSNBC, CBS Sunday Morning, and the Discovery Channel. He was the CBS News science and technology correspondent from December 2006 to February 2010 reporting for the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric, The Early Show ,CBS Sunday Morning , CBS Radio and

In conversation with Daniel will be Thomas Roberts, MSNBC dayside anchor and an award-winning journalist. Thomas anchors various hours of MSNBC’s live news coverage, and often served as a fill-in host on MSNBC’s “First Look,” “Countdown with Keith Olbermann,” and NBC’s TODAY.

Roberts is an award-winning journalist, having received a 2002 Emmy nomination and a Virginia Associated Press award for his work on the documentary, “Parvo Puppies.” He also received an Edward R. Murrow award in 2001 for a documentary that he produced titled, “When Parents Don’t Pay.”