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How easy is it these days to sit down in front of a computer and get lost in the vast world of the Internet Before you know it a few hours have passed by and you are stuck wondering what exactly it is that you have gotten from your most recent Internet hit You realize that you havent obtained anything from this visit and that the only reason you sat down in the first place is because you wanted to check the score of your favorite teams game that day You become angry or embarrassed with the fact that you just wasted so much time and got nothing out of it Ultimately you become depressed You know that this isnt the first time this has happened to you There have been many occasions where you just felt the need to sit down on your computer and explore the Internet and you hate every time you do it because you feel like you are simply wasting your time If this example relates to you in any way you may be suffering from New Economy Depression Syndrome or NEDS There are an estimated 8 million people in the United States that suffer from NEDS NEDS is a disease that is caused by information overload and frequent interruptions such as cell phones or instant messages When these interruptions and overloads combine to reduce the quality of your relationships with yourself and others it becomes NEDS The victim feels a sense of being overwhelmed helpless and ultimately aloneThis is best understood in a workplace scenario as carpel tunnel of the mind TD December 2003 Tim Sanders is the leading expert on this recently-discovered disease Sanders is an Internet executive and author of the New York Times Bestseller Love is the Killer App Tims belief is that technology is a wonderful thing and will never go away but if used carelessly the isolation caused by this technology can become particularly
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