DIVIDED ATTENTION OR ORGANIZED THOUGHTS?

ACCORDING TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE, fragmentation has been going on for a long time. It's the result of the Big Bang theory of creation, an increasingly contested theory of universal explosion with infinitely dispersed matter of which the earth is but a speck. The concept of defragmentation, however, is relatively new—as, for example, in the world of computers.

In computers, fragmentation occurs when the operating system cannot allocate enough space to store a complete data file as a unit, but instead puts parts of it in gaps between other files. Something similar is happening in human thought today. The increasing information overload and multiplicity of delivery systems pressing upon us, tend to induce fragmentation of thought, leading sometimes to confusion or to decreased performance levels.

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