Day 7

My survival guide to living in a glass box:

#1 – Create a normal routine.

#2 – Exercise daily.

#3 – Meditate.  (Not something I was interested in before this.)

#4 – Be as social as possible on the Internet.

#5 – Try to do as much on the outside as I can from the inside. (This has already included coffee with friends and will soon include me recruiting people to send me video of concerts I am missing.)

#6 – Really focus on how I am feeling, what I think it means in reference to this project and share that information.

#7 – Enjoy it. This is a rare and unusual experience only to be had once.

#8 – Have fun with the audience.  (People are starting to be more interactive and I am loving it.)

#9 – On bad days watch this.

6 Responses to “Day 7”

  1. Matt Says:

    Do you have a stone?

  2. Cristin Says:

    Many if needed.

  3. Matthieu Says:

    Go analog. Start sending messages via pasted notes. Send the same message via twitter. See which one gets back to you faster.

  4. Cristin Says:

    If there was a “like” button for this I would use it.

  5. Cornelia Seigneur Says:

    Just found your site after watching the 11 o’clock news on channel 6. in Portland Very interesting project. I have heard of projects where there is a restriction on (or elimination of) technology, while yours is the opposite of that.

    I teach a media course as well as a communication theory course at Multnomah and will h ave them check out the site.

    Best, Cornelia Seigneur

  6. Dorothy Santos Says:

    Great survival guide! By the way, your project was featured on the Channel 2 news in San Francisco, which is where I’m based.

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