Consider going a day without gadgets: a day of unplugging. I'm in.*
Thinking about unplugging, I'm kind of sad that I don't do it more often. Perhaps I should incorporate it more regularly, perhaps not 24 hours at a time, but at least set aside some regular non-computer time--perhaps something like sunrise to sunset on Sundays. (Which would allow for family gchatting in the evenings.)
The whole point of this is to become more aware of the non-digital world. There is so much beauty and complexity that surrounds me, but I spend the majority of my waking time staring at one two-dimensional thing: a computer screen.
* My rules for the day of unplugging: cell phone, laptop, and office computer all off for the sunset to sunset time period.