...but I am so much more productive and efficient and getting more sleep with no access to television/cable and very limited access to internet. Right now I have to go to the coffee shop across the street to check my email.
Quick! Someone remind me that I am a liberal-minded, 20-something who can barely remember life before computers, living in Metropolis America in the 21st Century and that is it practically my JOB to bathe in the fire-hose of insta-view, non-cookie-cuttered media, social networking, and entertainment. Conglomerated network media is supposed to be the reason I get up in the morning, feed me my bread and butter of topical conversation, and keep me up way past my bedtime. I mean...
LOL! JK! Having no internet or cable is 4n - but not 1drfl - 4me. OMG NTW! I'll BRB to being a drag on the GDP ASAP!
[Honestly I am feeling very disconnected from the world and what is happening in it. I have not been this out-of-touch with daily events since I worked in Burma for three months. This situation will be remedied upon my return from Brazil.]