We often talk about food diets.
Maybe even media diets.
But what about technology diets?
As I go down the rabbit hole of rethinking my relationship with tech, I am not concluding that complete elimination is the solution. Instead, I am asking how much and how often, in what forms, and what do we give up to gain in convenience?
And what are the best ways to unplug from time to time?
Getting rid of cell phones and Internet would make participating in the modern world nearly impossible (as Tom Johnson recently touched on). But we don't have to participate every second of every day.
—Thoughts inspired by the article “Technology is diminishing us” by Jonathan Safran Foer <— Recommend reading