The Shallows: what the Internet is doing to our brains by Nicholas Carr

The ShallowsAn extraordinarily readable and informative book delving into the history of media and communication, as it relates to our growing dependence on the internet. Carr also explains the “plasticity” of our brains in regard to our daily activities. Thorough research and colorful anecdotes combine to make this an insightful and highly relevant cultural/neurological study.

Reviewed by Chuck

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One Response to The Shallows: what the Internet is doing to our brains by Nicholas Carr

  1. Amyclae says:

    Everytime I read a short(er) review of the book, especially on the internet, I feel a mild sense of futility. But at least Chuck liked it. I did too.

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