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February 04, 2008

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Mike Reynolds

Interesting post and thanks for including a link to that 35-page report. The article defines the Google Generation as those age 15 or less (born after 1993).

There's a lot of information out there. Thus, there's competition for our attention and we have less time to devote to deep reading. Thus, we skim.

Speaking of which, I'm sure there are some deep results in the article. I'd like to read it more deeply on my bigger monitor at work.

I might be a bit guilty in fostering this trend:
http://www.squirrelnet.com/search/Google_SafeSearch.asp

BTW, I've subscribed to your RSS feed.

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