Survey Shows Humans Now Have a Shorter Attention Span Than Goldfish

Written by on August 7, 2016 in Technology with 10 Comments

Source: TheLipTV

Humans now have a shorter attention span than goldfish due to an obsession with portable devices, according to a survey of 2,000 people conducted by Microsoft. The survey showed that the average attention span of humans has fallen from twelve seconds in 2000 to eight seconds. Elliot Hill and Gabriel Mizrahi of the Lip News discuss the story.

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  1. I live with 2-3 of them. Sad,sad,sad!

  2. I do but also practice meditation

  3. I would certainly agree with some!

  4. 2000? They really meassured 2000 fkn people? All from the industrial Part of the World?
    What a “good” statistic…

  5. if this is true, why are the books on the new York times best seller list getting good longer… demand proof from your news sources

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