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2 thoughts on “Discipleship of Mind: The Internet I

  1. I’m always looking to pare down my list. I cut the cable tv 8 months ago. There’s so much junk ‘info’ out there. Most of it is tied to our global obsession with celebrity and the media’s desire to boost ratings/readership/profits by manufacturing crises at every turn.

  2. I quite agree that we have information overload, but I am not sure that I agree it is the Internet. I like the Internet instead of TV because I can learn the news without listening to a report on the latest starlet crisis. As I drove home the other day, I reflected that for three years we have had no TV. (Yeah, I confess that I watched the Steelers in the superbowl at our sons home.) But the point of superficial Internet reading does hit a sensitive spot.

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