Happiness isn’t found through knowledge alone.

Knowledge might help enhance the experience, but it’s the experience and the engagement that true happiness, and the memories and stories around it, grow from.

The internet, and technology as a whole, is great at spreading knowledge and lowering the barrier to access for knowledge…so that’s great and powerful…but always remember that it’s only a part, a small part, of actual happiness.

…and to drive the point home a bit more…here’s a great scene to reflect on from Good Will Hunting:

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This is the personal blog of Kevin Marshall (a.k.a Falicon) where he often digs into side projects he's working on for digdownlabs.com and other random thoughts he's got on his mind.

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