BogenDorpher writes: "Microsoft today announced an updated Hotmail that utilizes some of the latest Outlook features. Hotmail has better keyboard shortcuts and numerous other enhancements to make your email reading experience better than before."
So is this just another example of the age old arguments that kids today just don't know how to pay attention, or is this something more substantial?"One, unless we get DNs to behave more like [non-natives], future generations will have a harder time developing the study skills they need to master and understand their environment in order to become the kind of professionals — doctors, architects, engineers — that we need to keep a complex society running.
My second fear is political. Unless our future generations learn to analyze content and understand issues by reading deeply, they will be far more susceptible to being manipulated — and not likely for noble goals.
"Ignorance is the soil in which belief in miracles grows." -- Robert G. Ingersoll