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Please don’t tell my boss, but I got super sidetracked while writing this piece. Sure, I started off with good intentions, but I’m easily distracted. It started, as it often does, with checking my Twitter notifications. Then I found something interesting on Vox. And then… Well, you get the idea. Ironically, it all happened while I was writing a piece about this manifesto, by Chris Bolin, which rails against our always-on culture, and the flock of notifications that eat away at our attention spans, like piranhas devouring a cadaver in the Amazon. And to demonstrate a point (and perhaps to…

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