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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.
This is a book required by one of my professors. I read his is Google making us stupid before I got this book.Published 5 days ago by JZhenm
Excellent book. Brings into perspective and backs up with data what we all already suspect about the Internet's and social media's impact on us.Published 17 days ago by Lemdel
Happy to see that people are aware of this and take care of the humanness.
Thanks for such a great book
What was missing in his book was the musician's classical music note reading/playing. Its structure is never changing and widely the same throughout most of the world's users. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bunny
The Shallows is a thoughtful analysis of the impact of internet media (*this* media) on various aspects of human cognition. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ryan Mease