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We spend all day staring at screens, read books on Kindles or iPads, and come home to relax by watching a movie or TV.
Digital technologies lump together the good with the bad.
As Cal Newport defines it, Digital minimalism is:
“A philosophy of technology use in which you focus your online time on a small number of carefully selected and optimized activities
Ways to rediscover non-digital activities you love that will support your newfound digital autonomy.
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We don't need a lifehack to control our phone. We need values to ensure that technology serves us, and not the other way around.
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