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The Shallows is the critical thinking, HCI, neuroscience and neuropsychology book which discusses the cons of google. Nicholas Carr is the author of this fascinating book. He is the bestselling author and the winner of Pulitzer award. The digital revolution occurs due to the innovation of the internet. It helps the millions of people to get famous, rich and powerful. There are plenty of successful platforms which we have today because of internets, such as Google, YouTube, and Social Media. Google is the big source of information and this is also one of the major cons of Google.
There is no one sitting on the google to check whether the information is right or wrong. Everyone is uploading their articles and Google is showing their articles on top of the page. The people get manipulated by reading the false information sometimes it may be true. It’s a common habit that people are used to off searching for information from the internet instead of searching it from any authentic source. Social media is a big source of advertising, marketing and getting fame.
Billions of people in the world are using social media and every day they share tons of wrong news and false information. The Internet has its bad or good uses but it depends on us how we use it.
Details About The Shallows by Nicholas Carr PDF
- Name: The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains
- Authors: Nicholas Carr
- Publish Date: June 6, 2011
- Language: English
- Genre: Neuropsychology, HCI, Critical Thinking
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1.3 MB
- Pages: 304
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 9780393339758
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