I'd read enough blog posts and magazine articles and books about how the internet makes us lonely, or stupid, or lonely and stupid, that I'd begun to believe them. I wanted to figure out what the internet was "doing to me," so I could fight back. But the internet isn't an individual pursuit, it's something we do with each other. The internet is where people are.
An unexpectedly moving article by Paul Miller, about what it was like to spend an entire year off the internet:
Posted by David Chen Thursday, May 2, 2013 7:32 PM