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Quick read: What it's like to live without the Internet for a year

Published May 3, 2013 9:32 pm
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Quick read, where we break down long reads and the origination of emerging trends and discussion. We summarize and you decide whether to read in full.

Quick read: What it's like to live without the Internet for a year

Quick read, where we break down long reads and the origination of emerging trends and discussion. We summarize and you decide whether to read in full.Paul Miller (James Bareham/The New Cruelty LLC/Wikimedia Commons)Today's "Quick read" pick is a first-person narrative by Paul Miller, an established technology writer whose yearlong experiment to live without the Internet just ended. What's the point: That a year without the internet can be sometimes great, and sometimes awful, but is not going to single-handedly change ...

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