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Our Brains Are Being Hijacked and the Consequences Are Grave

On the ethical implications of the attention economy.

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Demands for our time and attention will not relent. The attention economy has gone parabolic and we are inherently caught up in the tangled web of it all.

There can be value in many of the things we access through our digital screens, but much of…

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Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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Lance Baker

Lance Baker

A fellow observer on the journey through life. Trying to cultivate a deeper way of being in the world.

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