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Nicholas Car believes that google has allowed our society to obtain near endless amounts of information at the click of a mouse; this easy access comes at a cost. Car experiences his own difficulties with google and the internet such as chipping away his capacity for concentration, taking information into his brain the way the web distributes it. Nicholas Car believes that google has allowed our society to obtain near endless amounts of information at the click of a mouse; this easy access comes at a cost. Car experiences his own difficulties with google and the internet such as chipping away his capacity for concentration, taking information into his brain the way the web distributes it. Nicholas Car believes that google has allowed our society to obtain near endless amounts of information at the click of a mouse; this easy access comes at a cost. Car experiences his own difficulties with google and the internet such as chipping away his capacity for concentration, taking information into his brain the way the web distributes it. Nicholas Car believes that google has allowed our society to obtain near endless amounts of information at the click of a mouse; this easy access comes at a cost. Car experiences his own difficulties with google and the internet such as chipping away his capacity for concentration, taking information into his brain the way the web distributes it. 2. Car believes that users consume news by quickly retrieving data results with quickly browsing through the web, rather than carefully reading and fully intellectualizing it. Yet, this results in a shortened attention, and a growing inability to concentrate or read long texts. Car’s beliefs of consumers quickly receiving data relates to Greg Gutfield’s negative effects of the internet such as ignoring good things about the internet and taking initiative on the unimportant websites. 3. Car structured his essay to begin discussing about the benefits the internet has and later discuss the negative effects simply for his readers to take a look at both point of views. I believe he starts off discussing the benefits of the internet to catch his reader’s attention rather than to start with the negative and bore his readers.

2. Car believes that users consume news by quickly retrieving data results with quickly browsing through the web, rather than carefully reading and fully intellectualizing it. Yet, this results in a shortened attention, and a growing inability to concentrate or read long texts. Car’s beliefs of consumers quickly receiving data relates to Greg Gutfield’s negative effects of the internet such as ignoring good things about the internet and taking initiative on the unimportant websites. 3. Car structured his essay to begin discussing about the benefits the internet has and later discuss the negative effects simply for his readers to take a look at both point of views. I believe he starts off discussing the benefits of the internet to catch his reader’s attention rather than to start with the negative and bore his readers. Nicholas Car believes that google has allowed our society to obtain near endless amounts of information at the click of a mouse; this easy access comes at a cost. Car experiences his own difficulties with google and the internet such as chipping away his capacity for concentration, taking information into his brain the way the web distributes it. 2. Car believes that users consume news by quickly retrieving data results with quickly browsing through the web, rather than carefully reading and fully intellectualizing it. Yet, this results in a shortened attention, and a growing inability to concentrate or read long texts. Car’s beliefs of consumers quickly receiving data relates to Greg Gutfield’s negative effects of the internet such as ignoring good things about the internet and taking initiative on the unimportant websites. 3. Car structured his essay to begin discussing about the benefits the internet has and...
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