The Verge’s Paul Miller has now been offline for a few days, which means he still has about, oh, a year, until he can use the Internet again. Paul’s experiment, which includes a strict set of rules about what services he must avoid, intrigued me at first. Not only must Paul abstain from actively using any service that relies on the Internet for functionality, but he also has to avoid using the Internet by proxy through those around him. The sentiment reminded me a lot of Airplane Mode, but in a more everywhere kind of way.
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Second Thoughts on Paul Miller’s Great Offline Experiment
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