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Hyper reading

From the conversation we've had in class, I think that we are primed to hyper read, we are always in search for a "sign" to lead us to the right direction. Therefore, when we use hyper reading, we are in constant search for a key word to help us get to the main point we're looking for. From my personal experience, hyper reading has turned to something I automatically behave like, when looking through notes i took for a class, I always wish there was a way to type i the key word i'm looking for to make it easier and faster to find the information desired. Hyper reading has some advantages, however, that it leads us to more information and leads  us to discover more areas to be explored, which adds to our knowledge. Some may argue that this way we are driven to more broad subjects that takes away our main focus.

 

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