An interesting article was posted to The Verge this week. I urge you to go and read it.
On May 1st, 2012, Paul Miller unplugged his Ethernet cable, turned off his Wi-Fi, and swapped his smartphone for a dumb one. “It felt really good,” Miller writes. “I felt free.”
But what was it really like to go 365 days without “surfing the web”, “checking email”, or “liking” anything?
This is a personal article, so if I tried to write about it, it would just be copied and changed to the third person. So just go ahead and check it out in the link below.
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