Google is technology; Google is progress. Since it was founded in 1998, Google has provided us with the opportunity to explore the internet in a much simpler and safer way. Essentially, it has become a major part of our everyday “surfing the net” experience and have helped us discover a new world of knowledge, the web.
At this point though it’s important to ask ourselves how much are we relying on this technology? When we use Google to learn more about something, we are pretty much relying on technology as if we don’t have the brains to find the answer for ourselves. This leads to one single question: Is ‘The Google Effect’ making us lazier or worse dumber?
Check out this video by BrainCraft to find out how Google and technology, in general, is affecting our memory and ability to learn!
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How often do you Google stuff on the internet? Do you feel it is affecting your overall performance? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below…