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March 14, 2012


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Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

I've wondered, like Carr, if our first instincts in digital communication are undermining our ability to think deeply, or analytically, or interpretively. Maybe time is so compressed because we are so busy multi tasking and texting and being geofenced and googling that we're like bees in the meadow flitting from one flower to another filling our digital pollen sacs then storing it that we just dont need to know much about the quality or meaning of the digital pollen, but are sure we need to collect it to survive.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr.

Lots of the non-profit print appeal letters I get, especially from hospitals, lead with success stories about patients. They've become so prevalent that it takes an extremely powerful one for me to want to send a check, either paper or electronic. I wonder how non profits would fare if they delivered all their appeals electronically. I fear most of them would never be read, would be relegated to the trash bin. Wonder how they would overcome this hurdle when our mailboxes are continually filling.

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