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Wired differently

Why some young professionals are giving up the gadgets -- and getting along fine without them

Brookline residents Stephen Seaward, 23, and Anna Raassina, 23, eschew high tech gadgets such as microwaves, Facebook, and television. Brookline residents Stephen Seaward, 23, and Anna Raassina, 23, eschew high tech gadgets such as microwaves, Facebook, and television. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Bella English
Globe Staff / April 25, 2009

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There's a television in Cara and Alan Kalf's Arlington living room, but it's stashed in a corner, its screen turned resolutely to the wall. It's used only for the occasional DVD - or as a favorite perch for the family cat. (Full article: 1064 words)

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