Source: Brainjunk and the killing of the internet mind | TechCrunch, by Danny Crichton
Michael Pollan, the best-selling author of food books including the The Omnivore’s Dilemma and Food Rules, summarized his philosophy of eating quite simply. “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” The idea was to spend more on quality, and avoid the sorts of junk food that are deeply unhealthy for our physical bodies.
I think it’s well past time to borrow that philosophy for our brains. … So let me propose a little framework: “Enjoy content. Not too much. Mostly paid”.