In praise of the printed book: the value of concentration in the digital age

Nathan Hollier, Monash University There is an old saying that anxiety is the enemy of concentration. One of the best pieces of sports journalism I ever read was by Gene Tunney, world heavyweight champion of the 1920s, writing about how reading books helped him stay calm and focused in the lead-up to his most famousContinue reading “In praise of the printed book: the value of concentration in the digital age”