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March 12, 2012


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Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

At some point I am wondering "what's the point?" It feel like we're all giddy at the possibility of knowing everything about everything around us through techology. How is this different from paying attention to our environment, asking questions, interacting with people in real time, and creating our own mental databases. Do things seem more real when they're bookmarked or saved as or stored in an iPhone? Are we wiring our brains differently by using this techology?

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