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9 Critical Reading Skills That Many Scholars Claim You Lack

By darinlhammond, published on Jul 24, 2013 the form they desire, as well as reading in diverse ways.A faction of scholars have created a Brain Trust under the helm of Nicholas Carr, who escalated the debate with his 2008 article "Is Google Making Us Stupid?" in the Atlantic, which I have debated handley. Carr stated that digital media "supply the stuff of thought, but they also shape the process of thought. And what the Net seems to be doing is chipping away my capacity for concentration and contemplation." I have greater trust in you, and in myself.The conclusionThe question started out as a good one, though outdated... (more)

Tags: writing, critical thinking, higher education, psychology, reading, digital media, critical reading, reading skills

Invisible Ink: Is Print Media Doomed?

By KLiedle, published on Jul 19, 2007 dead.

They are appropriately located at Even more disturbing, perhaps, is that The Los Angeles Times recently reported that they are considering selling advertising space on the Front Page. Please make it stop! As we all know, the reality is that with digital media you can't take it with you, and that's, above all, what I'™d miss if all print media retired. There's nothing like flipping through a magazine or paging through a book or struggling to read the newspaper with outstretched arms. You can't do that online. Not to mention that a magazine or ... (more)

Tags: print media, digital media, print is dead, future of magazines

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