Okay, now that you've loudly laughed at Louis C.K.'s genius take on technology's very real emotional costs, I suggest you read Jonathan Franzen's rant against "technoconsumerism." Franzen has many valid points, but he adopts such an arrogant and hypocritical pose (and it is a pose) that he ends alienating anybody who isn't a wildly successful white male literary writer.
Contrast Franzen's pretentious theatrics with the very real comedy of Louis C.K. I venture that both men share similar beliefs about technology. But who is more convincing?