Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

Think About It
“When we go online, we enter an environment that promotes
cursory reading, hurried and distracted thinking, and superficial
learning. Even as the Internet grants us easy access to vast
amounts of informa>on, it is turning us into shallower thinkers,
literally changing the structure or our brains.” -Nicholas Carr,
“The Web ShaFers Focus, Rewires Brains” Wired, May 24, 2010
hFps://www.wired.com/2010/05/ff-nicholas-carr/

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