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Meet ‘NoSurf,’ the Self-Help Group That Told Us to Log Off Before It Was Cool

The rise of a community dedicated to combatting the endless scroll

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In December 2017, Bryce Gordon was a 20-year-old college student in Bellingham, Washington, when he realized he needed to radically change how he lived his life. He was spending way too much time online.




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