Michael Erard waxes poetic about the future of attention, envisioning such things as attention festivals and attention audits. I actually think that stuff like this is overly dramatic, and that human attention span has been, and remains, flexible. But this one was fun to read.
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What’s really interesting about this is that I clicked on the article, and halfway through the first sentence I got bored and closed the window.
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