la necesidad de reducir el ruido del mundo, nuestra primera tarea moral
Es difícil encontrar un actor español que sepa entrar un café y decir buenos días. Entran y lo dicen, pero más parece que estén a punto de tomar Flandes o bien a punto de morirse, sabiéndolo.
The researchers found that the print folks “remember significantly more news stories than online news readers”; that print readers “remembered significantly more topics than online newsreaders”; and that print readers remembered “more main points of news stories.” When it came to recalling headlines, print and online readers finished in a draw. […] Online newspapers tend to give few cues about a story’s importance, and the “agenda-setting function” of newspapers gets lost in the process. “Online readers are apt to acquire less information about national, international and political events than print newsreaders because of the lack of salience cues; they generally are not being told what to read via story placement and prominence—an enduring feature of the print product,” the researchers write. The paper finds no evidence that the “dynamic online story forms” (you know, multimedia stuff) have made stories more memorable.