Quite often, usually at this time of year, publications become flooded with pieces about journalists who have decided to turn their backs on technology. They start off by unplugging their routers and consigning their iPads to the bin. They start to read books. They rediscover typewriters. They begin thwanging on about how engaged they feel. Then they start really getting into hummus and that’s the end of them.
Stuart Heritage on dumbtech (Guardian)