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IsGoogleMakingUsStuppidNotes.pdf ENGl 131

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English Exposition
Sarah Faulkner

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Date Created: 10/30/14
Is Google Making Us Stuppid Nicholas Carr Claim 0 Google and the internet are changing the way our brains work process information and concentrate O Carr is skeptical but addresses skeptics of the past and their folly when it comes to new learning and media 0 Purports the importance of deep thought and reading Support 0 Personal experience anecdotes 0 Quotes from Google executives 0 Examples from the past Socrates 2001 A Space Odyssey Nietzsche and his typewriter 0 A variety of experts including cultural critics brain researchers sociologists computer scientists playwrights neuroscientists mathematicians 0 Published studies Audience 0 Anyone exposed to the internet 0 Anyone who might be concerned about the internet and their minds How we know 0 Broad topic 0 Common language 0 Inclusive of all ages 0 Accessible for anyone connected to the internet Genre 0 An essayblog post that is accessible to everyone on the internet 0 Posted on the theatlanticcom 0 Opinion piece 0 Effective in making the reader consider their actions 0 Utilizes a medium that the audience uses Argument 0 Convincing in showing that the way we now access info is changing our minds and affecting the way we learn and understand


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