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Reality? It'll Never Catch On

Paul Miller, a longtime blogger who's been living offline since April, discovers the limits of a digital cleanse: "[N]ow that not having internet is no longer new, just normal, the zen calm is gone. I don't wake with the sunrise while chirping birds pull back the covers. I still have a job. I feel pressure and stress and frustration. I get lonely and bored."

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