8 05 2008

They say when everything is interesting, nothing is. I think for the most part, that’s very true – there’s too much that demands our attention at any given moment, too many things to do, see and think about, which means that our attention is spread thin, distributed to as many different things at the same time as possible. Which in turn means we can’t focus on anything at all.

Just something I’m thinking about from being distracted again and again by everything except the paper.