But unlike Twitter, I actually run out of stuff to read and eventually get bored with my phone. I consider this a plus, even if it ends up driving me towards other screens – video games in particular. But even if my lofty goal is to spend more time reading books or riding my bike, I still consider time spent with my Switch or doing crossword puzzles to be time better spent than flicking through social media.

Nolan Lawson

Nolan’s post provides good insight from his personal experience leaving Twitter. It’s a good read for those considering leaving any social media platform.

I’m increasingly becoming more of a proponent of having dedicated-use devices, even after so many years of trying (so hard) to make single devices do and be so many things.


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