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Chapter 8 & 9- Are you a Google-ian?

In this week’s reading of chapter eight and nine of Nicholas Carr’s book, “The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains” he interestingly discuss about intelligence and the foundation of Google. I found the foundation of Google and … Continue reading

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Reading Log

For this reading log, I’d like to focus on Chapter 6 of The Shallows. I thought the anecdotes on pages 102-103 about how people felt after first reading on a Kindle were especially intriguing. On 103, Steven Johnson states “I … Continue reading

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Free Choice

Today the internet can be accessed from nearly anywhere. Technology and production costs have been rapidly advancing for the past few years and we find ourselves at a unique point in history. For the first time ever, we have a … Continue reading

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The Internet

While reading Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows, I am realizing that he is right in a lot of what he says. At this moment, I have my Facebook page open and I am going back and forth between tabs. He is … Continue reading

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Intellectual Technology

Without a shadow of a doubt, the internet, and technology as a whole, has affected the very way we live. When I was only five, my first taste of technology came in the form of the television and video games … Continue reading

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The Shallows

Reading Nicholas Carr’s The Shallows has been an interesting experience for me because I can identify with what he writes about. I first started using a computer when I was about eight years old, and in retrospect, I must admit … Continue reading

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