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Class, Fri, 2/24

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Responding to Carr, Using Images

Fastwrite: Review the comments on your post. Write a quick response to them.

Groups: Read and discuss your responses to Carr. 168 more words

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Google Makes Me Smart

When we decide to search something on Google, are we really using are brains? That’s the real question. Is it really some type of monumental task or amazing accomplishment to suddenly pull up facts on Google that we may have not known, in hopes of garnering new information or impressing others? 372 more words

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Working Memory

As Carr works his way through his arguments on how our minds and way of thinking are changing with the advancements of technology, I find myself drawn to his statements on memory in chapter 9. 484 more words

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Moderation In Advancement

Nicholas Carr’s book The Shallows is, ultimately, Carr sharing a well worded warning due to his fear of what humanity is to become if we are to stay on the path we currently travel as a species. 582 more words

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Reading is Power

Throughout the majority of The Shallows, Carr provides great explanations as to how technology has impacted our brain  as well as our lifestyle. He has mentioned how our thought processes have been impacted, as well as the different ways technology causes us to go about our daily routines. 368 more words

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Google Makes Me Smart

When we decide to search something on Google, are we really using are brains? That’s the real question. Is it really some type of monumental task or amazing accomplishment to suddenly pull up facts on Google that we may have not known, in hopes of garnering new information or impressing others? 373 more words

Everyday Curators

An obvious take-away from Carr’s The Shallows is that the internet has changed the way we are wired. The internet has rewired our brains and it seems there is no going back. 461 more words

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