Part of what makes the internet so amazing is the diversity of ideas and information that is immediately available. If you need a question answered, Google it. After that search, you may find yourself blazing around the internet looking at websites you’ve never visited before, browsing Facebook, or listening to new music. Before you know it, hours have gone by and you’ve made many new connections on the web.
It’s important to choose who and what you’re interacting with. In the age of information where you are pummeled with advertisements, call to action statements, legal statements, and shout outs to Facebook and Twitter by all of your favorite Fortune 500 companies at the end of their commercials, you naturally start improving your ability to process loads of information everyday. You try to remember what is important and discard the rest as not worth remembering.
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