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In Nicholas Carr's article, "Is Google Making Us Stupid", he talks about how we are losing many different important skills like our attention span, depth in the learning, and ability to ponder the text, but what if we looked at it like we weren't losing anything rather just changing how we do it? Why do we automatically think they are substitutions in the way we process text rather than new skills replacing old ones?

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