Since leaving Twitter a few weeks ago, I’ve noticed that my experience with the web has become vastly less reactive. It’s been noticeably more deliberate. It’s become slower. A real joy, actually. Low and behold, thanks to the keen eye of Chris Bowler, I discovered there was already a movement associated with this approach!
Jack Cheng describing the Slow Web Movement:
“Timely not real-time. Rhythm not random. Moderation not excess. Knowledge not information. These are a few of the many characteristics of the Slow Web. It’s not so much a checklist as a feeling, one of being at greater ease for the web-enabled products and services in our lives.”
Where can I pick up my membership card?