A micro blog with micro thoughts. Actually mostly links to interesting things I've found while mindlessly surfing the Interwebz. Another place with the musings and observations of broadcast and online content innovator Mark Edwards. Posted from St. Louis, MO.
There’s no doubt about it, social media has drastically changed the way we, as humans, interact with each other. The question is, though, is it changing the way, or destroying the way? This infographic, curiously made by the folks at Assisted Living Today, suggests that social networking is shortening our attention spans and rewiring our brains and brings some science along to back it up. It’s worth questioning though, if we’re living in a world where things are making us have a shorter attention span, is that a bad thing? I mean, maybe having a short attention span was only bad before it started becoming a necessity. The world is changing, guys. Maybe we’re just changing with it.
TL;DR It’s an infographic about why you just read the TL;DR instead of the paragraph above.
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