OpinionAny form of communication changes how you think.
      – Baslisks, 2009-03-24 at 15:42:25   (8 comments)

On 2009-03-24 at 15:48:29, Baslisks wrote...
Just over the course of learning various forms of communication, I have always thought and reacted differently, be it texts, email, facebook, music, and straight face to face talk. I don't know if its all a good thing. I think it waters down our perceptions of everything else.
On 2009-03-24 at 18:23:17, Thelevellers wrote...
Do you mean that your brain works differently depending on which method you are using? Or that as you learn each meithod you learn to think in new ways? (Or are they the same?!) I think I agree. I agree with my understanding of it any way! I talk about slightly different things, in differing depths depending on communication type.
On 2009-03-24 at 21:18:27, Baslisks wrote...
little bit of both...
On 2009-03-25 at 20:34:49, Lee J Haywood wrote...
I don't think it matters that much what form of communication is used. The only difference is in the interpretation - it can more difficult to understand what is being communicated, and similarly more difficult to make yourself understood. But all communication mediums have this problem, and none really change the way I think that I'm aware of.
On 2009-03-27 at 08:30:37, George wrote...
@Lee J Haywood: Couldn't agree more with that!
On 2009-03-27 at 18:00:39, _George C wrote...
Have you changed something on the site again, lee? ;)
On 2009-03-27 at 18:02:01, George wrote...
Oh no, stupid me !! Wasn't logged in, using my Mum's computer (it's an Apple). Not as bad as I expected actually :-O
On 2009-03-27 at 19:21:34, Baslisks wrote...
I think its more context then what I'm thinking about. Who I am communicating to rather than what I am communicating.