Yesterday is my day to be at home with my children. Therefore, I didn’t have much of a need to Google search—unless you count the crazy things I need to search for when I’m home alone with the kids, like how to get a fork out of child’s nose…you know, things like that.
Today at the office was an atypical Friday. Normally, I get to do a good amount of writing on Friday. But this week we have a big annual meeting with our church constitution. We also are beginning a new series that needs outlined and I have to write small groups. Furthermore, I had to put the finishing touches on Isaiah’s Colossians devotional that I’m giving him for his birthday. Not many searches then, but I did have a few.
Stuff I will probably go to bed without knowing that I would have Google Searched
- Michael Morse was traded to the Mariners. I wanted some more info on the deal.
- With the Royals have 9 guys playing in the World Baseball Classic (WBC) I’m interested to see the regular season production of players that participated in the WBC.
- Steve McCoy introduced me (and all his other loyal followers) to a band called The Lone Bellow. I want to know more. But I’ll have to wait until Monday.
- The Browns hired Michael Lombardi. My twitter feed is blowing up with Browns fans hating on this decision. I want to know why.
How this Google-fast as helped
- Humility. (I’ll explain more on Monday)
- Again, I would have wasted a good amount of time on the WBC thing. I’ll waste that time later.
How this Google-fast as hurt
- I really wanted to know about The Lone Bellow. Not being able to get more information on a band like this is stinky.
- I wonder if some articles aren’t spawned from these rabbit trails of information.
On Monday I will post my summary of a week without Google. Including the lessons I learned.