1 January 2020
Use the least amount of technology necessary to solve the problem.
I’ll quote Benjamin Hardy: “The amount of time you spend not looking at a screen reflects the quality of your actual life”.
Use technology primarily to create or automate, rather than to consume or correspond.
Don’t use technology to distract yourself.
Technology is a means to an end, not an end in itself.
Technology can help solve problems. It also creates new ones.
Technology doesn’t remove accountability.
If technology makes something cheaper, more of it will be done.
Technology has no morals.
Technology can’t make you happy.