There’s Too Much To Read
Justin Thorp
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If I had any advice on this subject, it would be twofold.

First, I would recommend shutting out the noise, carefully curating your reading list to be resistant to the inane, the repetitive, or the time-sinks.

Second, I would recommend reading efficiently. You mention that you’re upset with the amount of skimming that you are forced to do- don’t be! There are times that demand close, nuanced reading, and I think you can trust your instincts when it comes to picking those times out of the rest of the noise.

Still, you’re right. Ours is a media landscape of distraction. Embrace that, I say; we don’t really have a choice in the matter.

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