It’s time for a distraction from the political scandals and debt arguments. CNN.com has posted an article which questions our addiction to technology, most notably, our time spent online.
The main concept of the piece is that we are too wired with our technology that our brains are unable to process all that we are doing. Our constant use can basically fry the brain and reduce the size of the thinking part of the brain.
Do you think we spend too much time online? What is the average amount of time that you spend online every day?
Click here for the full CNN article.
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Social media is an amazing tool being utilized by politicians, celebrities, journalists and every day citizens. Technology is allowing voters the opportunity to really see what our candidates have to offer and also form a dialogue.
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