Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Dr. Andrew Weil: Why Data Smog May Be Making You Depressed | TIME Ideas | TIME.com


We  live in the Information Age. But I've never heard — nor would any sane person suggest — that we live in the Useful Information Age. The modern downpour of data is largely worthless distraction, and the sheer amount is drowning us. Of all of the ways in which the contemporary environment is mismatched with our genes and harms our emotional health, I believe the revolution in information delivery is the one most responsible for epidemic depression.

Read more: http://ideas.time.com/2011/11/14/why-data-smog-may-be-making-you-depressed/#ixzz1dhfkR7Kl

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