Written by matthatt

Monday, 13 September 2010

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Interweb made me stoopid

Google damages the brains of its users by offering too much assistance in solving problems, an author has claimed.

Nicolas Carr, The author of The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains claims that search engines' function of providing us with information almost instantly means people are losing their intellectual capacity to store information.

He is also concerned about the less clever making of the web and it doing bad thinking things to people what like write news stories like journo..jour.. people what do my job, which is like writing? And shit?

In the past, like a time before now, people were all like, you know? Like what we are, had more of the clever in the brain and now we don't have the thinking in the head place, like what we used to and this has made us all like, we aren't as good at thinking like what we did once.

Oh and you know that communication, yeah? Like what we do when we are like texting and shit right? Well he also said something about how we communicate and it was well salient man like, it made you think? And shit?

Like we is all going a bit off our chops and that cos we aint using are brains and we are like we are all losing it and shit cluck, cluck, gibber, gibber, my old man's a mushroom, et cetera

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