Re: (#928537)

Subject: Re: (#928537)
From: Bill Burns <wburns -at- MICRON -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 31 May 1996 16:13:00 -0600

31-MAY-1996 15:58:39.19

Whoa, just reread this. Lousy pronoun references. Please forgive me.

(Four o'clock--no longer writing in complete sentences...guess it's time to go
home.)

Bill
wburns -at- micron -dot- com

>Not what I intended to convey, but I can see why you could have seen it. I'm
>not necessarily saying that the things they pay attention to are bad--they're
>just different. Also, the concept that television alone had this impact and no
>other factors contributed is spurious. Could they possibly run a double-blind
>study and support such a claim? Can they do any more than claim that a
>correlation exists? Do other correlations exist? If so, could they have had
>more of an impact on the attention spans of the generation?


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