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Can you please provide complete bibliographic information on this very interesting text?
Mind is saturation soup, one seed crystal: emergent song. Forked paths tuning. Tallis motets up spiralling chimneys. Drowning out, diving down, profanity, cacophany, epiphany. But, but, but, to do it all unplugged….!
with pleasure! And it’s chock-full of stimulating delights:
Is the Internet Changing the Way You Think?: The Net’s Impact on Our Minds and Future – edited by John Brockman – HarperCollins, 2011 978-0062020444
Yes I think it does. The way we think is part of culture, it is to a large extent, I think, not following fixed laws of the brain but programmed and changable “laws” of culture. Inventions that change the way we store, process and transport information have a strong impact (writing, printing and above all the internet).
I confidently agree with that.