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This book mades us think about the consequences of our modern society.Published 10 days ago by Paula Queiroz
It was last updated in 2011, so it's not quite breaking news. I did like the nuts-and-bolts explanation of the genes forming new proteins, for the memory, and the differentiation... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jeffrey Johnsen
A must-read if you are considering the effect of the internet on your ability to concentrate and be creative at the workplace and in life.Published 16 days ago by K. Lisson
I learned a great deal from reading this book, about the neuroplastic nature of our brains, how that affects learning, and how it affects my learning, how it affects our usage of... Read morePublished 19 days ago by James Crews
"The Shallows" investigate digital impacts on human brain very well. The most significant thing - and not everyone understands it - is that digital impact is not limited by... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Andrey Mir
Nicholas Carr is simply brilliant and his book is so well written. He writes of the internet and its Brave New World of endless choices. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Leonard Oestreicher
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Interesting. Instead of taking 5 seconds to understand how the publishing industry works, instead you insult the author. Publishing companies, like every other company in the world, do what they can to optimize their profits. This is how we operate under capitalism. It's a beautiful thing. ... Read More
Jun 6, 2010 by JM | See all 5 posts
|Internet makes us stupid or is it really up to us to train ourselves to...||
Stefania, an excellent point for consideration.
You say, "...it is up to us to become aware of the level of and upscale our information processing skills to match the potentials of technology and train ourselves to become powerful knowledge workers "
Ideally, yes -- but for... Read More
Jun 21, 2010 by William Timothy Lukeman | See all 8 posts
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agreed....I haven't purchased yet because of that.
Jun 21, 2010 by J. Martens | See all 2 posts