I have to admit it: Google has been doing his work very well. I’ve been seduced by its services, embracing its technologies… and therefore providing them a lot of data about myself. Actually, not only to them. I’ve become lazy, caring less and less about my privacy and becoming easily trackable and telling too much about my life. And no, I’m not worried about what I’ve posted in this blog or said in Twitter, I have nothing to hide in these places.
But it’s time for changes. A few weks ago, an innocent comment of a friend awoke something inside me. During the next days I deeply thought about how I’ve been managing my digital life, and the conclusion was that I’ve been screwing it up. Time to take action. Time to be like it was before, when it started with a 28800 bps modem (I really miss that sound) and paying per second of connection.
I’ll try to write posts about different topics: search, mail, web services, online calendar, file sharing… Actually, I’ve already changed several of my habits and I’m very happy with the results, so writing about it shouldn’t take long. Stay tuned.