Recommended Reading: “The Useless Agony of Going Offline”

So many questions went unanswered during those seventy-two hours [offline]—so many curiosities cast aside and forgotten without being pursued. I was less harried, I suppose, but I was also far less informed, and not as advanced in my understanding of all sorts of things that interested me.

The #unhack probably lies in the realization that the learning achieved by being online and constantly checking for this and that is actually a very vapid one, even more so than the author here believes… but the article in its entirety is an interesting read to think about the online vs. offline life:

The Useless Agony of Going Offline“, By Matthew J. X. Malady [great name, by the way 😉 ], January 27, 2016, The New Yorker

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