Thirty years ago we asked what we would use computers for. Now the question is what don't we use them for. Winston Churchill argued, we shape our buildings, then they shape us. The same is true of our digital technologies. Now technology has become the architect of our intimacies. Through technology we create, navigate, and carry out our emotional lives. Online, we face moments of temptation. Technology promises to let us do anything from anywhere with anyone. But it also drains us as we try to do everything everywhere. We begin to feel overwhelmed and depleted by the lives technology makes possible. We may be free to work from anywhere, but we are also prone to being lonely everywhere. In a surprising twist, relentless connection leads to a new solitude. We turn to new technology to fill the void.