The implications of this book are frightening and convicting. There are productive and needful things to be done, but I stare at a backlit screen. About three years ago, I shut off the TV, but it seems I've replaced the TV with the internet. I am a victim of the distraction of readily available information. It is a flood of data, words, and images without meaning. Could I be addicted?
If you still have an attention span long enough to read a book, I suggest...
Amusing Ourselves to Death
Public Discourse in the Age of Show Business
by Neil Postman
Until next time...
...if there is a next time.