A woman looking at the TV sets on display at a home appliance store in Kowloon City. A scheme requiring producers of some electronic appliances to pay for their recycling and waste disposal come into effect today on August 1, 2018. Photo:SCMP / Edmond So
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

Let’s go on a digital detoxification to see how much of the electronic clutter we can cleanse from our lives

  • The digital detox is invaluable in preparing for that dreadful day when you break your smartphone, or drop it in the sea
  • So much of our life is now embedded in it, that an annual pause to think through a survival guide must surely have merit

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A woman looking at the TV sets on display at a home appliance store in Kowloon City. A scheme requiring producers of some electronic appliances to pay for their recycling and waste disposal come into effect today on August 1, 2018. Photo:SCMP / Edmond So
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