I lived in San Francisco for 15 years. It used to be one of the most incredible cities in the world – mostly because of the spirit of the people. The current tech boom has pushed out a lot of the creative people and has changed the city, but this video starts to bring some of that spirit back. Mind you, the artist is a former Facebook employee. It may be that cashing out stock options from a tech company is the only way to afford being an artist in San Francisco these days. . .
Yes…it is a good idea, its a great idea! When you realize how harmful it is to be zapped 24/7 then you will want No Tech Zones every where. I just hope you learn before its too late.
Brilliant, I think we need more “safe” areas to be able to go to and communicate as in talk to each other.
A no tech zone would be a very public way to raise awareness and start debate about how we simply “go with the flow” when new products and technology come out. We make the assumption that if it is being sold in stores that it must be safe. I would like see parks as off limits to companies wanting to create Wi-Fi hotspots! When I discovered that my symptoms were due to overexposure to EMFs, I went to a park in Houston, where I live and my headache got worse. Then I turned on my cell phone to check – it was a Wi-Fi hotspot!
Unbelievably, the neighborhood in Houston where I recently moved is a Wi-Fi hotspot! So there is no way to turn it off at night! Now I have become a refugee of sorts – staying away as much as possible (now in Germany) while I look for a place to live and work.