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Fixed in stone: ancient Greece resisted linearity in its art

Nicholas Carr’s book on “how the internet is changing us,” The Shallows, has recently begun making waves in the UK ahead of its publication here in September. Back in June, when it first came out in America, Evgeny Morosov wrote about it at some length in Prospect—and Carr’s original essay in The Atlantic is well worth a read. Having finally got around to reading the book myself, what really…

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