Monday, May 31, 2010
And the strange thing about all this is the link Kent sent me is a post about how the Washington Post asked a series of writers to go without internet for one week. And quick 250-500 columns of the writers' reflections about their time without the internet. I assure you each of the columns is very thought provoking, although you will probably need to register (which literally took me 45 seconds) to see all of the columns. I highly recommend checking out Christian Davenport's and Michael Rosenwald's columns in particular.
Posted by Joel Riley at 11:55 AM