Life without the Internet isn't something that many of us are acquainted with nowadays. Almost every aspect of our lives depend on online interaction in some way. One technology writer has decided to temporarily pull himself out of the World Wide Web, and hopes to find out what it looks like from the outside.
Paul Miller, Senior Editor at The Verge announced three months ago that as of May 1, he'd be going without the Internet for one year.
While it may sound like a near-impossible feat, considering Miller's line of work, he says that his job actually makes it easier. Miller has the support of his colleagues and his superiors, and he's writing about his experiences for The Verge. As Miller explains in the video, he writes his posts and hands them off to a co-worker to put up on the website, so he doesn't actually have to go online at all. That doesn't mean his experiment is an easy one, though.
"Who could ever have a real job at this point [without the Internet]?" said Miller in anRead More »from Technology writer challenges himself to give up Internet for one year