The Internet: Is It Changing The Way We Think?
Churchwell is a firm believer that thinking habits have certainly evolved since the start of the Internet, but that is as close as she gets to the topic of the brain (475). In comes Naomi Alderman a novelist who, simply, explains in her excerpt in “The Internet: Is It Changing The Way We Think?” that whatever you put in something you are bound to get out of it. Alderman uses the analogy of food and the human body, no matter what you eat it, in some way, will alter and change your body (476). Other than Carr’s essay, we are presented with hard facts, a study to be exact, in the video “How The Internet Is Changing Your Brain” that shows how college students think about completing assignments. The video explains that when you believe that something is easy, you don’t give it much brainpower because the Internet will be available to solve your problem with not a sweat to break. However, the video goes a little further and explains how relying on the Internet can affect you critical