At sundown today, the fourth annual National Day of Unplugging begins. The holiday encourages people to take a break from technology by turning off all of their devices for a period of 24 hours. via Daily Dot | National Day of Unplugging starts at sundown.
The group behind the Sabbath Manifesto and the National Day of Unplugging is a nonprofit Jewish community established in 2003 called Reboot. Their main objective is to give all individuals an opportunity to “reboot” their inner self and disconnect from all forms of media and technologies, allowing people to refresh their lives and take a well-deserved break
I won’t be participating this year, unless the call to switch the 3 computers over comes soon. How about you? Are you planning to unplug?