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Declaring independence from technology (sort of)

Last night, as I watched my brothers set off marginally legal fireworks, I was feeling a little guilty. I hadnt checked e-mail since Sunday morning, and my mobile phone was powered off most of the weekend. Here it was, Fourth of July weekend, the mid-summer respite, and I felt anything but independent of my technologies.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 07/05/05


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