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NJ Mike
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4/29/2013 | 5:17:04 PM
re: Is Google Bad For Your Brain?
I'm 51 years old, but I can still remember phone numbers of my friends when I was a teen-ager. However today, I don't know my parents' or my children's phone numbers. I find their names in my contact list and push a button, or tell Siri to call them, and their numbers are dialed. If my phone is lost, or the battery dies, a pay phone is little use if I don't know a number to call.
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4/29/2013 | 4:52:53 PM
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This article is a poignant reminder that we should all be able to "think critically". The old adage "don't believe everything you hear" is apropos.

We read, we hear, and we view content coming our way every day. Some good, some bad, some factual and some of it outright lies. Being able to distinguish what is truly useful will get you further thru life in a more positive direction.
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