Nicholas carr in the atlantic

Nicholas Carr’s in The Atlantic(Monday, January 16, 2012) article entitled “Is Google Making Us Stupid” claims that the internet make influence of human information process. He explains how his mind has become much more erratic and he cannot sustain concentration on the book when he starts use the internet “I get fidgety, lose the thread, begin looking for something else to do. ” Also, he says the amount of information that people have these days is astounding, and their consumption of it, even greater. The first thing N. Carr share with the audience is he can’t focus on reading. His first few paragraphs work towards establishing the credibility of this problem and examining the causes behind it. Also, he tells us he’s not the only one with this problem. His friends and colleagues the “literary types”- also struggle with this. According to the author there is the idea that internet use might be changing the way we think and leaving the audience to come to the logical conclusion that he may have a point.
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