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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.
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 8 days 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 9 days ago by Ryan Mease
It is very important to disconnect and hear your own thoughts. We know this instinctually. This books helps us with the why send arms its readers with compelling research to... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Marco Pedraza
Great points from the author about how the internet is affecting our society.Published 12 days ago by Andrea Preissler
Came in excellent condition and very quickly. Can be a bit mundane but if you can get past that, he has some incredible thinking. Very good book.Published 13 days ago by Brenna
My daughter had to read for a college class and she said it was interesting.Published 14 days ago by NC Soccer Parent
A very good book. It is evident that much research went into writing this book. A very informative and interesting reading book.Published 21 days ago by Bennie R. McDonald