"Once I was a scuba diver in the sea of words. Now I zip along the surface like a guy on a Jet Ski."
This leading neuroengineer thinks it's dangerous to even try.
Reading information online, after all, is not the same thing as understanding that information and holding it in one's memory
This is your brain: This is your brain on social media: Generally speaking, humans are social creatures, but according to
Millennials' memories are rapidly degenerating. The bottom line? If you lose the bigger story, you're likely lose the smaller
Fact #5: But it's not all bad -- in moderation, the Internet can actually boost brain function. A 2008 study suggests that
Most people enjoy using the Internet on a daily basis. But for older adults, it could promote active learning as they grow older. A recent article from Discovery Science has found that those who use the Internet frequently use their brains more than those who just read a book.