The joy of alternating between fast and slow

While Slow Media questions the desirability of going as fast as possible, it does not argue that people should do everything slow all the time. Rather than prescribing a universally correct tempo, Slow Media appreciates variable speeds and the joy of alternating between them. Like yin and yang, this philosophy contends that you can better understand fast media by recognizing and engaging deliberately with slow counterparts. You might call this strategic, deliberate, or intentional slowness, wherein slowing down one’s media use is a means, not an end.

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