How to stay in touch with events

A cheat sheet how to stay in touch with events {or even “news”}

There is a lot of “information” out there in the world. Most of it comes electronically. At least the stuff you ingest outside of your physical “eyewitness” world.

But what is the best way to “stay in touch” with all this information?

I’ll tell you ONE simple way NOT to do it. Via social media timelines. That means fakebook, twitter, etc.

There are profoundly better, more accurate ways to see what’s going on with a more focused lens. Your own.

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The list: How to be in touch and in tune with the world

Our first and most highly recommended way once again is via RSS feeds. Read this post about Inoreader and RSS feed aggregators. They put YOU in charge of your “timeline.” Replace your stupid fucking social media accounts with this ONE SIMPLE HACK – and you’ll be well on your way to enlightenment.

Another angle (which is also possible using an RSS reader (subscription fees apply) is by subscribing to video channels like YouTube or Vimeo).

That’s it!

Other “aggregators” out there are very much suspicious. Especially social media and their “shadow-banning” and other nefarious tactics to shield people from news THEY WANT.

Take back control of your information and distance yourself from the social media suckers. This does, however, come with some caveats.

Very few people know how to “undo” their day-to-day life like that.

Seeing things in the real world without a digital crutch can be frightening for many.

Not many will be able to experience an event without taking a photo (or even worse – a selfie). They’ll feel empty that they didn’t share it with other narcissistic maniacs.

And the best thing is – that the “events” you do actually attend – will be fewer each year, but with more meaning.

My guess is that less than 1 in 100 could even do it. Maybe around 1 in 10,000. Crazy world we live in.

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