So says Tyler Cowen:
It's a common complaint that the Web makes us more impatient, but most of us use it to track (or create) long-running stories and debates. I've been following the career of folk-rock star Roger McGuinn for more than 30 years, and now I use the Web for that. If anything, the essence of Web life is that we are impatient to discover the next installment in our planned programs of very patient long-term interest. That's a kind of impatience we can be proud of, just as a mother might be impatient to receive a call from her teenage daughter away at college. It's a sign of caring and commitment, not superficiality.
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