The internet sucks
Cultivating alternatives to digital junk
The internet sucks. Anything else is better than 93.8 per cent of the internet— It just takes effort.
Five things to share:
It’s not that the internet distracts from real life, but it’s that we want to escape from real life; make reality as enticing as digital junk by cultivating high quality leisure.
I just am not reading books lately: It do be like that sometime.
In Digital Psychosis, a social media vlogger wakes up to find himself no longer inside his body and is forced to continue his career and life from a detached, unfamiliar state.
A quote I want to share with you:
There is a great secret in knowing what to keep out of the mind as well as what to put in.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
93.8 per cent of the internet needs to be kept out of the mind.
One of our time's great sociological questions is why we filled downtime back up with work, and the reason is it's better than alcoholism. In: Randi Zuckerberg Thinks We Should Untangle Our Wired Lives.
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