Skip to comments.5 Lessons Learned By A Guy Who Quit The Internet For A Year
Posted on 05/03/2013 12:27:27 PM PDT by Java4Jay
About a year ago, Miller was convinced that the Internet was making him unproductive, and even corrupting his soul. So at 11:59 p.m. on April 30, 2012, Miller unplugged his Ethernet cable, turned off his Wi-Fi, and replaced his smartphone with a "dumb phone."
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I went one summer with no computer in my house (and I don’t have a smart phone.) I’d walk to the library about twice a week and check my email, assure my mom via Facebook that I’m still alive, and that was about it. I did get an AWFUL LOT DONE. But it’s like dieting... even though I’m better off without it, I drifted back because it’s an easy, cheap, and pleasant time-waster.
I’ve heard of this Internet thing but I don’t think I’d like it very much. It’s sort of like tubes, isn’t it?
PS: you didn’t have a video of your nose in the air when you said it and a bunch of media and elites fawning over how smart you are so you were at a disadvantage.
Wow. How many Adobe updates were waiting for him when he reconnected?
The beauty of Internet books is that I can increase the font size.
I HAVE THE POWER!!!
But you miss the friendly service of the clerk saying "have a good one" as he rings up your purchase.
You’re too kind. :-)
Right, you mailed that post in...
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