A podcast about minimalism, technology, and how the two topics interact.
64 - The Burden of Free Stuff
Frustrating plateaus in the journey of minimizing your things. The burden of taking on free stuff or inpulse buying. Taking on others manifestation of their lack of decision making. Why setting boundaries and saying no are important and why you shouldn’t just give your stuff to family and friends unless they truly want or need it. The minimalist tech podcast is for entertainment purposes only thanks for listening.
63 - Avoid Distractions, Restrict Entertainment and Take Your Time
Real life progress doesn’t happen overnight. Learning to simplify your environment, reduce distractions and clutter and not get frustrated by wishing you were farther along than you are can actually help you achieve your goals. Minimalist Tech Podcast is for entertainment purposes only. Thanks for listening.
62 - Seek Boredom
Dare to be bored. Minimalism and technology. For entertainment purposes only.
61 - Burning Bridges - Identifying the two types of cheerleaders
A discussion about identifying and letting go of people in your life I don’t have your best interest at heart. This podcast as always is for entertainment purposes only.
60 - Selling My Car...and NOT buying another one
This episode I discuss getting up the nerve to finally sell my car and go car-less for the foreseeable future. This may seem extreme but it’s something I have thought about for quite sometime and it’s finally happening. As always this podcast is for entertainment purposes only, thanks for listening.
59 - Next Gen Consoles Don’t Exist - Minimalist Tech Perspective
Nerdy technical episode about the latest ‘generation’ of game consoles, particularly the xbox series s & x. What to expect and why they aren’t really next gen at all and why if you should probably be content with what you have or just go outside. Enjoy this lighthearted talk about output resolutions and cpu power from someone who has no idea what they are talking about. For entertainment purposes only enjoy.
Questions about the Lightphone 2
I have had the Lightphone 2 for around three months now. I’m listening to this episode on it. For me, being an IOS fanboy and a minimalist I constantly struggled with uninstalling apps,,, and later reinstalling them. Making promises I went back on. You mention the IOS colour filters. I uses them, great, plus the trick to triple press a volume button to switch back to colour. But I just heat picking the phone up for this, that or the other reason. I decided to cut the cord (I still have an iPad Pro for home use). I bought the Lightphone 2, imported to the UK. I’ve not looked back once. It’s freed up my time and my mind. Give yourself a few weeks and you’ll never look back. Myself, I’m not more conscious about other peoples use, faces to screens all day. It’s amazing how much you notice people.
Just do it. From listening to all your other podcasts, we have a lot if similar interests and minimalists aims. I think I understand where you are coming from. Contact me if you want any specific opinions.
I have to say, now it has the podcast app, it’s perfect. Do it........
BTW, the lightphone dashboard is really easy to use. I spent ten minutes on it on day one and have never needed to go back to it. Not I go walking in nature, with some Aftershokz headphones so I can hear the world,, as well as listen to podcasts such as this.