“For some kinds of thought, especially moral decision-making about other people’s social and psychological situations, we need to allow for adequate time and reflection,” said… author Mary Helen Immordino-Yang.
(via Tweet this: Rapid-fire media may confuse your moral compass) (hat tip: monkeytypist and azspot)
This seems to contradict the premise of the best-selling book, Blink. The article continues:
The study raises questions about the emotional cost… of heavy reliance on a rapid stream of news snippets obtained through television, online feeds or social networks such as Twitter.
My take away: maybe it is best to marinate and ruminate than to tweet.