According to a report in The New York Times, constant interaction with computer devices is robbing brains of much needed downtime.

This means that overzealous geeks diminish their ability to learn, remember information, and come up with new ideas.

One study showed that people who took a walk in nature learned significantly better than those who took a walk in a busy urban area, suggesting that information overload impedes learning.

For the full story go here.

Photo by The New York Times.


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