>Hazards of a Computer-Centric Life

>After a 8 to 12-hour day exploring the wonders of various computers and the internet, my mind doesn’t always transition back into analog so well. Recent evidence:

  • While looking through a print article for a particular word last week, I mentally attempted to click “Edit,” then “Find (on this page).”
  • Last night on my drive home, I heard a song on that radio that I liked, and my tired brain immediately desired to tag it.

And I thought it was bad in eighth grade when I went to sleep every night to Tetris patterns in my mind.

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