They are members of a small cohort: the young and unplugged. While their friends, relatives, and colleagues have every gadget known to mankind, the Kalfs have made a conscious decision not to blog, tweet, or instant message. They e-mail only when necessary. And they say they're better off without all that stuff.
"After a while, you find [that the gadgets] erode time as opposed to saving time, and time is the only thing we've really got that is our own."
"Worshiping at the church of the pixel comes at the expense of real-life experience."
"I find the whole thing very voyeuristic."