Tuesday 29 July 2008

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Kevin Kelly — The Technium - Neo-Amish Drop Outs

In 2007 Tom Hodgkinson, editor of the Idler, wrote about how he'd given up on email: http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2007/mar/07/comment.comment I wonder if he managed to keep it up?

In 2005 this chap wrote about how he was going to give up on email and create a more sociable life for himself from 2008: http://chinabone.lth.bclub.org.uk/~saul/blog/2005/11/14/#noemailafter_30 It's an interesting idea but I've no idea if he's managed it - there are no updates after this one.

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29 Jul 2008 at Twitter

  • 09:03am: It's nice of Apple to want to thank me for "purchasing iPhone 3G" but three identical emails over as many days is a little over emphatic.
  • 02:46pm: If I didn't spend so much time trying to decide between OmniFocus and Things (current winner) then I might actually get things done.

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