Summary Of Is Google Making USupid By Nicholas Carr

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Is Google Making us Stupid” by Nicholas Carr explains to us how google and internet affect in our brains which have become disable to think creatively, or it have not been able to focus in one thing. The author claims to us the way of reading has been changing. Mr. carr mentions people have faced a lot of distraction through reading in internet. Google attracts people to move through pages so that could get more profit. The author persuades the reader by these three reasons.
The majority of people who tend to read shortened articles make more skimming ways rather than read lose the ability of reading long pieces of writing. Bruce Friedman admitted the internet converts his mental ability; he has lost his ability to read long passages, and he …show more content…

Google drives readers, who search information, move from page to page hurriedly so that will increase its revenue.
The author asserts in “Is Google Making us Stupid” how google has damaged our brains abilities. Mr. Carr says, “The internet promises to have particularly far-reaching effects on cognition.”(p4) In my view, Google and internet which have influenced negatively in our knowledge have changed our way of thinking. We cannot focus in reading books or long articles.
In addition, reading books could be useful more than internet, so we will improve our brains and gain more cognition.
The author says “Our ability to interpret text, to make the rich mental connections that form when we read deeply and without distraction, remains largely disengaged.” (p2) From my perspective, we can’t read online and focus; we have to check our mails and our accounts in social media. These distractions waist our time, so if we need 3 hours to finish, we will consume at least 4 hours.
Mr. Carr says, “The more pieces of information we can “access” and the faster we can extract their gist, the more productive we become as thinkers.”(p5) It seems to me that

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