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Fourth Annual “National Day of Unplugging”

Dan Rollman Co-creator of the National Day of Unplugging and founder of Record Setter (www.RecordSetter.com) Photo by Christopher Farber

Fourth Annual “National Day of Unplugging”
Power Down and Recharge on March 1; What Will You Do With Your Extra Time?

NEW YORK (Feb. 6, 2013) – In celebration of the fourth annual National Day of Unplugging (NDU) on March 1, the non-profit Reboot is asking individuals, organizations and schools around the world to publicly share what they do when they’re not using technology.

The “I UNPLUG TO _____” campaign invites people to share their commitment to unplugging by posting photos of what they will do when not using technology to www.NationalDayofUnplugging.com. From the lofty — “build houses,” “register people to vote,” “climb a mountain,” “feed the homeless,” — to personal recharging activities like “relax,” “read” or “bond with family,” the NDU encourages individuals and communities to take a digital detox and rediscover the world around them. Continue reading Fourth Annual “National Day of Unplugging”