Sam Graham-Felsen traded in his iPhone for a "a ridiculously unsleek '90s-era Nokia." Why?:
When I had an iPhone, the Internet was no longer a destination; it was on me every day, like a piece of clothing I put on first thing in the morning. When I get tempted to return to that life, I ask myself: Do I really want the Internet to be something I feel naked without?
Kay Steiger rolls her eyes:
Sorry, but trading in your iPhone for a flip cell phone after you read Henry David Thoreau’s Walden—which you read on your iPhone—is really pretentious.