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Have you ever watched a movie and due to the plot you notice after several minutes that you are supporting the bad guy? I mean, yeah – WHAT he did was not so kind but HOW he did –uuuuh… that was quiet sexy. *Miau*

Same problem, other story.  Ever heard of the group ANONYMOUS? No? Yes? However – read this and share your thoughts with me. Till now I couldn’t make up my mind and hardly formed an opinion. Curtain up for:


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One day in my life!? – in retrospect

One day without modern communication systems. Sounds easy. Just one day. One little day. Can’t be that hard, right?


During this blog post I want to report about my self-experiment, which I announced 2 weeks ago  in my 3rd blog post (One day in my life!?). Why should you read my post? Nothing new? It is all been done before? Maybe you are right BUT:

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One day in my life!?

My first two blog posts dealt with procrastination and how modern technologies and communication systems contribute to it. Thinking that issue over and over again my thoughts lead to following questions:

How would it be to life one day without modern communication systems?

Is it even possible to banish them out of my life?

Do I really need them and why do they seem to have such an essential meaning in today’s society?

And most important: How would I feel during that day? Lost or maybe relieved?

From that moment on, I wanted answers to these questions and by now I am getting mentally prepared for that day which will be during the next week where I will not use communication technologies. Continue reading

Procrastination is the thief of time…?

If you look up the word “Procrastination” in your dictionary, I’m pretty sure that you will find explanations similar to the following:


1) –  the act of procrastinating; putting off or delaying or deferring an action to a later time

2) – slowness as a consequence of not getting around”

Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/procrastination

Sounds simple but procrastination is a complicated issue. Continue reading