What life is like if you don’t participate in modernity

The Guardian’s “living without technology” columnist wrote this article by hand and it was posted by an editor at the newspaper who typed it up. Mark Boyle makes the point that he only speaks for himself and that he is not trying to convince anyone to follow his advice. But his words ring true when he writes: “I live a healthier life now I’m free of the trappings of modernity.” By the way: in the Emissary section below there’s an interesting article about a scientist who wants to prove that Boyle’s kind of life can cure cancer. If you haven’t yet signed up as an Emissary, today is an excellent moment to do so. See below.

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What life is like if you don’t participate in modernity

The Guardian’s “living without technology” columnist wrote this article by hand and it was posted by an editor at the newspaper who typed it up. Mark Boyle makes the point that he only speaks for himself and that he is not trying to convince anyone to follow his advice. But his words ring true when he writes: “I live a healthier life now I’m free of the trappings of modernity.” By the way: in the Emissary section below there’s an interesting article about a scientist who wants to prove that Boyle’s kind of life can cure cancer. If you haven’t yet signed up as an Emissary, today is an excellent moment to do so. See below.

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