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Checking In With Team Arctic's Dan Ebert


(2/15/2012)

FlyingAFilms checks in with Team Arctic's Dan Ebert, who's been on injured-reserve the past month.



Comments (2):

Musa says:
3/23/2014 11:16:00 AM

to prevent Computer Vision Syndrome, every 20 mtiunes, spend 20 seconds looking 20 feet away. Oh, there were many more. A frisson can be quite a delight. The problem is, I seem to be spending way too much time these days in search of them. In an ideal world, I would sit down at my computer, do my work, and that would be that. In this world, I get entangled in surfing and an hour disappears. Twitter is an enabler for this behavior. It provides a quiet, subtle pressure to tweet frissons, and be tweeted in return. A good tweet can involve a funny comment, a snarky one, or one so poetic I read it and marvel. It can contain breaking news. It can be a small autobiographical revelation. .This is not in praise of Twitter. It has to do with the possibility that my brain and yours too, since you are here has been rewired by the internet. There's an article by Nicholas Carr in the new issue of Wired magazine about a UCLA professor who used an MRI scan to observe the brain activity of six volunteers. Three were web veterans, three were not. He found that veteran Web users had developed distinctive neural pathways. He asked his newbies to surf the web for six days, and then he repeated the experiment: The new scans revealed that their brain activity had changed dramatically; it now resembled that of the veteran surfers. The article suggests this possibility: When we go online, we enter an environment that promotes cursory reading, hurried and distracted thinking, and superficial learning. Even as the Internet grants us easy access to vast amounts of information, it is turning us into shallower thinkers, literally changing the structure of our brain. In other words, instead of seeking substance, we're distractedly scurrying hither and yon, seeking frisson.Read complete article and comments at site.
Ahmad says:
3/24/2014 7:43:00 AM

Fund vs. Frum.About the same age.Fund is the oilier of the two.And I agree with Canadian Reader, it may be his Canadian side which brgnis him back from the dark side on occasion. And now that he's been excommunicated from the Ever More Conservative Church of the Latter Day Taint's, I guess he's free to be more human.I always did think he was a good writer. Same for Fund. But it's nice to have Frum stick this finger in the eye of his fellow travelers every now and then http://htpxmimxdmu.com [url=http://kizjnot.com]kizjnot[/url] [link=http://xurbgbxbbu.com]xurbgbxbbu[/link]

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