Lets do some real talk right now…
I grew up on the internet, I always say. Ever since I was 6 or 7 I’ve had a computer, and have been able to connect since the dawn of 56k. Being disconnected is really an alternate reality to me. That’s why I’m in love with these articles. Being a tech guru and not using the internet for a year… wonder how much that would shape someone? More time dedicated to reading books? Discovering one’s faith more?
My job is dependent on the net, so this really isn’t feasible for me, but every hour of unfruitful web browsing is becoming more evident. Its detrimental in a sense. The internet has attributed to becoming a man of myself. It’s all about me. The blogs that I follow, my profile and likes on Facebook, what I’m doing, what I’m thinking, what I’m feeling, what I’m drawing. Would it be worth it to throw it away, or would my human nature adapt to other, more tangible ways to do this?
Thoughts, Tumbloid friends?