Dealing with the Brain-Technology Crisis

Unknown to most of us, information technology is quietly changing the way humans think and feel, just as it changes the way we work and live. Unrecognized and unmanaged, this dynamic has significant negative potential. But managed properly, we can harness it for our benefit. What sort of impact is pervasive information technology having on our lives and our brains? How can people make the most of it? How can you profit from this opportunity? This is where you find out.

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