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Unformatted text preview: author makes good points in his text. I will have to say I disagree with the author. Even though people are becoming more reliant on computers, there are still people out there who do not even own one. Not to mention, the fact that I do not believe artificial intelligence is anywhere in the near future. The use of computers has changed the world by leaning on technology. I do feel that the author was successful in achieving his purpose. He used several examples of how people’s work ethic and reading ethic had changed since the development of search engines and the internet. I do not believe he made any claims without supportive evidence. Overall he did a good job explaining his argument. Sometimes it’s about the simple things in life and picking up a good book to just sit down, read and visualize may be a good idea. Reference Carr, Nicholas. (2008, July/August). “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” . The Atlantic , 56-63....
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