The mindful.technology (“mindful dot technology”) blog explores and reviews techniques and tools to help you stay focused whilst using smart phones, tablets, laptops, and perhaps even smart watches. It can be difficult to use these devices without “getting lost” because many apps and websites are designed to distract.
We are exploring the confluence of mindfulness with technology: discovering more mindful, focused, and task-oriented apps and websites.
There’s a lot more to come on mindful.technology! Over time the site will become a definitive directory of apps, books, and websites that help you use technology mindfully.
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How this site is financed
The initial launch of the site has been funded by me (Justin Emery), with a small investment of cash and a large investment of time, all of which has been made possible through my freelance software development work.
This website is not run primarily for profit, however I would like to earn something from it to help justify the many hours put into it and cover my website hosting costs.
This website does not show advertisements – that would be against the principle of less distracting technology espoused by this website.
Some of the links to products reviewed are “affiliate links” – if you buy the product after clicking the link (for example on Amazon), I would receive a small percentage of the sale.
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You could also consider hiring me for a website or software development project, especially if you appreciate the minimalist design of this website! See my freelance software development site for more details of what I can offer.
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