Ali just Tweeted about this one 2 minutes ago, seriously. I loved this article from The Guardian because I’m really struggling with boundaries in my own life with technology. It comes up a lot because I’m a cell-phone resister and now have even taken to leaving my laptop at the office, meaning I go home to an unconnected, unwired world (I don’t have TV of any sort either). This means I can spend my time staring at the ceiling, reading, crafting, doing chores, going to bed early, that sort of thing.
What do you think about the idea that online placeless places can function as home-space for us digital critters?