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California summer camp helps tech addicts unplug and power down

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computer lab (shutterstock)
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This June, an Oakland-based company called Digital Detox will hold a retreat designed to help tech-addled adults unplug, power down, and get back in touch with their offline selves. As the Guardian reports, the aptly-named Camp Grounded is just one of several wellbeing programs offered by Digital Detox, an organization that aims to help people "step back into the natural rhythm of life." For $305, Camp Grounded attendees can spend four gadget-free days playing games like truth or dare and engaging in "laughing contests." According to Digital Detox, relationships at Camp Grounded "are based on real-life connections, and the most important status we'll update is our happiness."