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What do we stand to gain from all our gadgetry in this, our wired (not to mention wireless) era? Improved manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination? The ability to soundly defeat pixelated alien hordes via video games?
It turns out watching TV while Twittering and surfing the Web may make one focus poorly, remember less and distract easily.
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