“Digitally, I am too much. And Iâ€™m dieting. Sometimes I get the munchies and install something in an intellectual fit of gluttony â€“ an app, an Amazing New Tool That Will Change My Life, a videogame, etc. â€“ but I almost always end up deleting it. I try to be a little less every day, and the best way Iâ€™ve found to do that is to play a game called Die World Die. I pull out my phone, switch on Pomodroido and for 25 / 35 / 45 minutes, I pretend the Internet doesnâ€™t exist. When I finish, I need the Internet a little less and I need actual contact with people a little more.
When I fail to do this with the important things, I end up feeling weary and jaded. But when I do this with the important things, I love the Internet again and Iâ€™m filled with optimism.
I love the Web. But I aspire to needing it much less, and thereby making better use of it.” – Mike Sowden
Att hÃ¥lla fast vid ilska Ã¤r som att greppa en het kolbit med avsikten att slÃ¤nga den pÃ¥ nÃ¥gon annan. Du Ã¤r den som blir brÃ¤nd.
â€“ Jonas Hassen Khemiri, “Jag ringer mina brÃ¶der”
“The definitive front-end performance guide”
If your purpose in coming to Shorinji Kempo is simply from a desire to learn weaponless combat, then you shouldn’t be here anyway. It’s the desire to gain an autonomous way of living, no matter what it takes – people who think that way are welcome.
â€“ So Doshin
Hey DN.se – vad Ã¤r tanken bakom denna? Ã„r det till fÃ¶r dem som Ã¤r extra sugna att kolla in dagens annonser i papperstidningen?