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Imagining a world with NO technology…

01 Aug 13

Even imagined a life without technology? Or as anybody over the age of 40 calls it, the past.

But on a slightly more serious note, ever wondered how you would spend your time without your devices and gadgets?

Nah, scrap the serious tone, it's nearly Friday after all - and yes, the YouTube videos are already out in force.

The day is still young and chances are your boss hasn't even arrived yet, so spare one minute and 15 seconds of your life to watch a short cartoon sketch from blogger Mark Fiore.

In other words, take a look what happens when a few technophiles unplug and take a holiday away from Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and even email…

Can you imagine a world without technology? If so, tell us what it would be like below

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