Information snacking, or reading on the run, is a sign of our times.
My publishing and writing business requires that I do as much information snacking as possible… and get the most from every word bite.
With potential clients’ manuscripts flowing in the door daily, the internet spitting out feeds in multiple formats… and published books bouncing into my office for reviews, ebook conversions, etc., I’d be a hefty overweight by now if I indulged in the whole enchilada every time I turned in the internet or cracked open a book!
Although Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos is claiming in his most recent shareholder letter that "Laptops, BlackBerrys and mobile phones have shifted us more toward information snacking, and I would argue toward shorter attention spans, Kindle (Amazon’s new reading device) and its successors may gradually and incrementally move us over years into a world with longer spans of attention, providing a counterbalance to the recent proliferation of info-snacking tools."
Mr. Bezos: be serious.
Who would ever settle for plain vanilla anymore in an age of multiple flavors?
Anyone who reads just the New York Times or the latest best sellers is losing out on some of the greatest feasts available.
By far, Kindle is the latest and greatest snacking device on the marketplace.
So... how's my digestion doing?
Transform Your Snacking To 24/7 Grazing
It’s time to get smart and carry your entire library and newsstand of tens of thousands of books, magazines, newspapers, etc. with you in your purse or briefcase. Eat small meals several times daily and you’ll be amazed satisfied your brain will feel.
Kindle lets you do this with ease.
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