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Re: Demotivation vs. attention absorbed by the 'ne

Posted by Dinah on November 18, 2007, at 14:17:04

In reply to Demotivation vs. attention absorbed by the 'net, posted by rgb on November 18, 2007, at 9:54:15

I probably use the computer as I used to use books. Not necessarily the internet. I also have databases cataloging my books and DVD's and CD's. And enter photos into the computer, and old LP's into digital.

But I've always had some way to disengage from the world. I wish I was one of those interested involved people who enjoyed spending time with others. But the fact is that I can't tolerate too much stimulation. So if I had no books, no internet, no iPod, I'd probably close my eyes, stick my fingers in my ears, and hum.




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