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Society Shares More Information than Ever Before

According to a recent book, right now in America there are 1,780 commercial television stations, 15,503 broadcast radio stations, 1,331 newspapers, 2,000,000 ...


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Advertisers Have Only 6.5 Seconds to Grab Attention

It should come as no surprise that advertisers spend millions of dollars each year studying the science of attention, both through empirical research ...


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Reality Survival Show 'Eden' Experiences a Fall of Its Own

Eden was to be a new kind of survival show on Britain's Channel 4: one in which "two dozen daring young strangers bid farewell to the modern world as ...


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Kindergartners Identify Common Brand Logos

Christian author and speaker Skye Jethani wrote about his kindergarten-aged daughter's homework assignment: Help your child identify as many logos as ...


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Children Prefer Food Covered in McDonald's Wrapper

In a study included in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine children were shown to overwhelmingly prefer the taste of food that comes in McDonald's ...


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Millennials Are the Best and the Worst

Alexis Bloomer, a radio personality who interned under Dan Rather, recently (2016) took it upon herself to evaluate what's so wrong with her own millennial ...


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David Letterman Misguided By His Ego

Looking back on his three-decade long career as a late-night TV host, David Letterman offered the following perspective:

You believe that what you are ...

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You Have a Shorter Attention Span than a Goldfish

A recent study by Microsoft of 2,000 consumers discovered some interesting things. The first is that the average human attention span has gone down. In ...


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The 'Murti-Bing Pill' Helped a Nation Escape Reality

During the height of Marxism in Eastern Europe, the Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz (pronounced Ches-wav Me-wosh) explained how so many intelligent people ...


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Our Niagara Falls-Like Flood of Data

We are in the age of gargantuan numbers, truly instant information, ceaselessly hyperactive social media, when the World Wide Web has become a flood-driven ...


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