The quote “The Net’s influence doesn’t end at the edge of a computer screen.” found on page 94 in the book The Shallows, supports the thesis that the internet is a good thing. By indicating that not only …show more content…
Meaning that our sense or ability to notice detail or background things are not as sharp as they were in history.
Another quote from the book the Shallows is “For most of history, the normal path of human thought was anything but linear.” (This quote is also found in the book on page 64.) The quote means that people are always coming up with better ideas. Or is always trying to get perfection, and that people are also not becoming open minded to new things.
The final quote that supports that the Net is a bad thing is “Culture is sustained in our synapses…. It’s more than what can be reduced to binary code and uploaded onto the Net. To remain vital,culture must be renewed in the minds of the members of every generation. Out source memory, and culture withers.” This quote was found on www.goodreads.com. the quote means that if we don’t teach our children about our culture, or they don’t want to learn about their culture. Means that they don’t care what happened in history, and that information would become