Nicholas Carr

author and journalist

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Journalist and author of The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains

Nicholas Carr on KCRW

Even critics say  Google  makes the Internet usable. One clean and useful search tool has replaced that series of links that might or might not be productive.

How Is Google Changing Our Lives?

Even critics say Google makes the Internet usable. One clean and useful search tool has replaced that series of links that might or might not be productive.

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