How would your experience of a month without Internet would be? Bad, good, both?
It depends on the situation. When I'm holidaying overseas and no internet available, it doesn't matter much. If at home, now that's where the problem starts.
When you've tried to live a month without it, you'd never want to live a day without it.
I've lived most of my life without the Internet so I guess I might have to actually call someone on the phone, have a nice real conversation or maybe even get to know my neighbors, like the 'good old days.' There's a concept, actually socializing in person, face to face. *sigh*
Both bad and good.
Bad because : I'd miss out on all the tech news and RSS feeds I read everyday. Also, I won't be able to quick look up something when needed.
Good because : I would be able to appreciate other interesting things in my life. I'd get more of reading, going out and exercise.
Hahaha, all great answers and all truths, even if disparate.
I reckon I agree most with unbiassed reviews, it is well hard to live withouth the internet and only really notice everything you miss and can't do when you don't have it.
However, not having internet forces us to do cool things we may elude otherwise, such as reading, and exercising. ....
It would be terrible, especially since I work from home. I'd be broke and isolated from the world (most of my friends and family live far away).
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