You Can Google the Answer

by Robert Pondiscio
January 30th, 2010

A major U.S. corporate titan said Friday that he’s concerned kids growing up in the mobile instant information age will develop a problem with “deep reading” or reading for greater comprehension and understanding.   “As the world looks to these instantaneous devices you spend less time reading all forms of literature, books, magazines and so forth,” he told the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Guess who said it?  Hint:  It’s not Steve Jobs.