Slow Reading needs your help!

John Midiema posts about the Slow Reading entry on Wikipedia. If you feel you can add anything, please do.

Slow Reading represents an attempt to get us to think about how we engage with what we read. I see it as part of a turn against seeing everything as mere ‘information’ to be processed as quickly as possible. It is a reminder that efficiency is not all in ‘savings.’

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2 Responses to Slow Reading needs your help!

  1. […] so will be kept! Thanks to Katherine for joining the discussion at Wikipedia, and to David, Mary, Pete, and Wendell for blog […]

  2. […] Library Too recently posted on “Slow Reading” – well, that may not be a bad thing, but my feeling is that we need to go deeper than just reacting to the modern obsession with speed. After all, what started the deluge of information? Did it just happen or did we make it happen? I rather suspect the latter is the case, and in that case we need to understand how and why. […]

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