I would be a sorry person in comparison without the internet. Here, I have learned how to sew my own clothes, I've learned how to care for the environment, I've been inspired to try raw foods, found and made tons of recipes, learned about how to make all different kinds of crafts that are practical and I can sell, bought things for cheaper than in the store, shopped from home, listened to music that I didn't buy, was endlessly entertained by youtube comedians, watched entire shows without watching commercials (although that is changing on the internet), got to watch what I wanted when I wanted to, got to learn about thousands of things on wikipedia (and urban dictionary), learned things I wasn't supposed to know, read scientific literature from my bed without having to go to a library, found maps and printed directions to places I had never been before, and found like-minded people and didn't feel so alone anymore. I could have definitely lived without Facebook (I am mostly connected to the people I went to high school with), and email is a good way for people to send me more work to do, not a particularly fun part of the internet.
Food, environmental issues, water quality, evolution, sleep, education, light, chlorophyll, solar panels, art, friends, national parks, refusing/reducing packaging waste, sustainable lifestyle.
Returnable bottles: just like the old milk jug, every glass bottle or jar can be bought for a deposit, and returned for money back.
Yourself. And ask me anything you want! :-)
Sewing my own underwear.
My uncle introduced me to TED, and since then I have gotten all of my friends watching it. I would love to watch all of the lectures, and wish that I knew what percentage of the talks I have already seen.
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