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Saturday, October 11, 2008

News addiction

I thought it was just me.

Link to NYT article.


Blogger AlexanderTheGreat said...

The book Fahrenheit 451 comes to mind.

8:58 PM  
Anonymous beecher said...

No, not just you, but I'm sure it's not a healthy thing. B. says we must "protect the sensorium."

10:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have limited myself to checking NYTimes.com 1x daily and am MUCH happier for it. I now wake up to my iPhone alarm (no more NPR for now). Sorta sad to have to be ignorant for a while but all the constant doom and gloom is self-fulfilling. Z

9:04 PM  

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