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    Publicado el 29.1.2011 por Equipo GNOSS

    Un mundo distraído. Entrevista a Nicholas Carr en el diario El País

    La tercera parte de la población mundial ya es 'internauta'. La revolución digital crece veloz. Uno de sus grandes pensadores, Nicholas Carr, da claves de su existencia en el libro Superficiales. ¿Qué está haciendo Internet con nuestras mentes?  El experto advierte de que se "está erosionando la capacidad de controlar nuestros pensamientos y de pensar de forma autónoma".

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    Publicado el 24.9.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

    Blog de Nicholas Carr

    Nicholas Carr writes on the social, intellectual, and business implications of technology. He is the author of the 2008 Wall Street Journal bestseller The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google, which is "widely considered to be the most influential book so far on the cloud computing movement," according the Christian Science Monitor. His earlier book, Does IT Matter?, published in 2004, "lays out the simple truths of the economics of information technology in a lucid way, with cogent examples and clear analysis," said the New York Times. He is working on a new book, The Shallows: Mind, Memory and Media in an Age of Instant Information, which will be published in 2010. Carr's books have been translated into more than a dozen languages.

    Carr has written articles for many periodicals, including The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times, Wired, The Guardian, The Financial Times, Strategy & Business, and Advertising Age. His much-discussed essay "Is Google Making Us Stupid?," which appeared as the cover story of the Atlantic Monthly's Ideas issue in the summer of 2008, has been collected in three prominent anthologies:The Best American Science and Nature Writing, The Best Technology Writing, and The Best Spiritual Writing. Carr has written a personal blog, Rough Type, since 2005. In 2008, he was named to the Encyclopaedia Britannica's editorial board of advisors.

    Earlier in his career, Carr was executive editor of the Harvard Business Review and a principal at Mercer Management Consulting.

    Carr has been a speaker at MIT, Harvard, Wharton, the Kennedy School of Government, NASA, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas as well as at many industry, corporate, and professional events throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an M.A., in English literature, from Harvard University.

     

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