Tweets, Apps and The “Social Media” Brain Drain
Join Tom and I in the morning to discuss the "Social Media" brain drain. Do you always find yourself on your smart phone? Do your kids play to many hours of video games or smart phone apps? Give us your thoughts at 509-972-9290
Human minds evolved to constantly scan for novelty, lest we miss any sign of food, danger or, on a good day, mating opportunities.
But the modern world bombards us with stimuli, a nonstop stream of e-mails, chats, texts, tweets, status updates and video links to piano playing cats.
There's growing concern among scientists that indulging in these ceaseless disruptions isn't good for our brains, in much the way that excessive sugar or fat - other things we evolved to crave when they were in shorter supply - isn't good for our bodies.
And some believe it's time to consider a technology diet.
Do you think America needs a Technolgy Diet? Discuss tomorrow with Cefus and Tom on 92.9 The Bull!