Chasing the Dopamine Dragon

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People used to say, “pace yourself,” because setting a good and steady pace leads to endurance and the preservation of one’s sanity. That was then. Today, the pace at which we consume information is far too fast, and much too intense. For those of us who are hyperactive in social media platforms or daily bloggers, the pace is relentless. Tweets blaze by like angry drivers on meth. Facebook arguments are wind gusts for the digital inferno…




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