A fascinating piece on Ozy dives into the history of the Slow Web movement, which some are looking to as a new way of coping with information overload in a connected world.
The formal idea to take a slower approach to our internet consumption popped up about five years ago. A writer named Jack Cheng is usually credited as the leader of the movement (you can read more about him here).
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Originally published at journal.thriveglobal.com