Is Tweeting Turning You Into A Bird Brain?
We can just chalk this one up as some of the type stuff that you may read about at PimpHop.com.
For all intesive purposes, SMS which stands for Short Message System also known in technology industry as microblogging is now standard communication for smartphone users and spans beyond Twitter, and can be looked at as mobile web communication complete with text messaging and status updates on your favorite social media outposts in which Tweeting or Twittering has become a term developed to describe the popular trend.
Now for the most part, common sense reveals that whether little or much, humans do tend to think before they communicate, so if a pattern of communication is being shown as continuous 140 character blurbs throughout the day, is it possible that the actual brain capacity of individuals who behave in this popular manner is being systematically shrunken down so that life situations which would require someÂ in depthÂ critical thinking abilities in order to move forward and make rational decisions would then be nullified due to the incapacity to think outside of a short message communication box and the smartphone square which displays the communication?
In closing, technology experts state that the Internet actually grows at a faster and faster rate overtime in which the speed of the communication becomes faster due to the size of the width of the wire that the data travels over, known to the Average Joe consumer as Broadband Internet, so quite an interesting state of affairs is in effect at which point we see the brain capacity, thought pattern, and attention span of internet users shrinking at the same rapid rate of growth in both speed and space of the this thing called the Internet.
Of course a different perspective to consider could be an old fashion tried and true one with select key words which is stated as follows.
Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide [is] the gate, and broad(band) [is] the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:
Because strait [is] the gate, and narrow [is] the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.
Matthew 7: 13-14