Drowning in a Sea of Information
Clayton d'Arnault

I have to differ from John Ohno, below. I didn’t ever feel like you were criticizing the technological tools themselves, but were sharing your perspective on how most people feel burnt out by them from the endless feast of information. I feel like even the most disciplined minds can fall into this category, and it doesn’t mean you’re being shallow or unsubstantial. Anyways, I thought it was a great article. I actually found my mind wandering about half way through- right when you mention that the reader may not make it through the article. Hah! I deliberately finished it after that =)

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