Sunday, September 24, 2006

Learning How to Read Slowly Again - New York Times

I only had time to skim this, but it looked like an interesting review... 

It’s a Malthusian problem. The amount of printed material increases exponentially, but the time available for reading remains static or, in many cases, decreases arithmetically. So once we have decided what to read, the question then becomes, How to read? And the paradoxical answer is, Much more slowly.

Source: Learning How to Read Slowly Again - New York Times

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