Yours truly, a year ago writing about Paul Miller’s decision to “quit” the internet for a year:

In my month away from email, I didn’t miss it at all. Not for one second. Unfortunately, it’s a necessary evil of the modern world. But the internet is different. My guess is that in his year away, Miller will come to realize more and more that the internet is nothing if not one of the greatest achievements in human history.

It’s going to be a hell of a lot harder to live life without it.

I’m sure there will be a killer book deal on the other side though!

A year later, Miller’s own proposed titles for such a book:

No Internet, No Life: The Paul Miller Story

How To Disconnect From Reality In 365 Days

At First I Liked Not Using The Internet But Then It Got Kind Of Sucky

Does this mean that everyone who threatens to quit the internet now has to shut up? Please?

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