solderpunk, the founder of Gemini protocol has written about his “offline first”, more intentional computing.
I have tried that when I was in Japan. I had cancelled my home internet in 2010 and had only used Wi-Fi in McDonald’s and such. Blue Square Cafe in Shinjuku was my favorite at that time. The experiment lasted four months.
While it was fine, evidently speaking, I didn’t love that much. So, I haven’t tried the experiment again. For me, cancelling a home internet is impractical now due to WFH and other family members. But being intentional is something I could do still.
By the way, his gemlog (Gemini + Blog) and the discussions highlighted there were interesting, such as Reimagining the internet.