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That doesn't mean I won't get one, but I think I will ALSO always read books.
The Internet, he argues, has changed the way that we read, the way that we think, and the way that our brain processes information.
Much like the title, though, Carr's work never makes the transition from essay to full-fledged book.
I have to own and read this book for English Comp 1. I find the author's premises very shaky. He is constantly insisting correlation equals causation, while ignoring other facts... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Faye-Marie Mills
I recommend every LIS professional to read this book. Carr's book provides insight on how the Internet has changed our lives and what we need to before it becomes overwhelming.Published 17 days ago by FASEII
Very good book,. Interesting read, with research backing. It would be good if many more people read this and acted upon it.Published 1 month ago by Ursie
I was attracted to this book as I have long felt that there was a difference in the way that the more modern generation treats information, compared to those of us who grew up... Read morePublished 1 month ago by NASH FULENA