Can you shut off the internet? Chat with Robert Kinggett

On today’s episode of The Segilola Salami Show, visually impaired author, Robert Kinggett shares how he shut off the internet as a challenge by a friend for a month. It was a very enlightening conversation, click play now to listen to what he had to say 😀


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2 thoughts on “Can you shut off the internet? Chat with Robert Kinggett

  • My longest time without the internet was 5 days and that was only because I was overseas and didn’t have a mobile data plan. Incidentally, I was in London at that time! Robert has a point here – everyone seems to be connected but they don’t actually communicate! Great pearls of wisdom from Robert.
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    • I totally get what Robert was saying. That’s why I have been reducing the number of things I do with my phone. I feel it has helped improve my life and I get to spend more quality time with my family rather than checking what’s going on on social media.

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