Posts Tagged ‘Internet ADD’

In June 2009, I wrote a post titled The Evolution of Internet ADD which chronicled the primary sources of my near Internet addiction.  Now, nearly 2 years later, it’s a good time to see how consumption patterns are changing.    As you’ll see, the theme now for me is most certainly mobile.

Below, here’s how I rate the primary drivers of my internet usage in March 2011, using a qualitative scale of 1-10, with 10 representing heaviest use. (more…)


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These days, you often hear people lament how today’s society has become afflicted with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder).    A lifestyle characterized by constant multi-tasking, an inability to focus on one item to completion, and often neglecting to enjoy the rewards of one accomplishment before moving to the next activity or task.    Frequently, this observation is made about the entire Internet (see here and here).  (more…)

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