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Links 1 through 5 of 5 by Edward Vielmetti tagged attention-to-irrelevant-details

In conclusion, the online advertising experiment in which so many of us have engaged is really only ten years or so old. Those who say that it's "mature" are not only mistaken, but they drastically underestimate what a true break the web is from the offline media that came before. We've had a few hundred years to learn to monetize print, over 75 years to monetize TV, and, most importantly, millennia to build business models based on scarcity. In contrast, our collective effort to monetize post-scarcity digital media have only just begun.

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yet another systematic rationalization of more and more sophisticated ways of ignoring people with technology

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Ed Vielmetti is Ann Arbor's pied piper of Web 2.0 new urbanist geek culture and all round swell guy. A relentless networker and vital strand in the social and high tech spiderweb of A2 start ups and up starts, his blog is really more of a free-for-all of interesting links and informational tidbits. For short attention spans and expansive minds.

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The bottom line is that autistic traits—such as low tolerance of stress; preservation of routine at all cost; that the illness may be precipitated by stressors; sensory sensitivity (though sometimes reduced sensitivity); paying attention to irrelevant d

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“paying attention to irrelevant details,” is a phrase that has stuck in my mind for decades, since I read it in a research paper about brain functioning.

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