“Relying on multitasking as a way of life, we chop up our opportunities and abilities to make big-picture sense of the world and pursue our long-term goals,” she writes. “The way we live is eroding our capacity for deep, sustained, perceptive attention – the building block of intimacy, wisdom, and cultural progress.” Ms. Jackson concludes that “as we plunge into a new world of infinitely connectible and accessible information, we risk losing our means and ability to go beneath the surface, to think deeply.” (Maggie Jackson)
I stole this quote from my friend's brother's blog... And that's all I'm gonna say about that.
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