Technology is quickly rewiring our brains. The constant incoming electronic information places stress on the brain.
We have an ever-increasing population of people who detect the slightest hint that something interesting might be going on and they respond to it. They just can’t ignore it. It’s like catnip.
The way we become more human is by paying attention to each other and digital information interferes with that by substituting electronics for voice
The pace of electronic communication sabotages the development of relationships. Our brains are adapting to the very addicting fast-paced digital world and its promise of immediate reward. This may not be a good thing!
You are warned!
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