Forbes June 18, 2024
Lance Eliot

Brain rot, in general, seems to be in vogue these days.

Allow me to clarify, discussions and handwringing about brain-rot are in vogue. As I will soon show you, there is a whole lot of active and quite boisterous chatter about the impacts of social media on our brains, especially those of the younger generations, for which the dire exhortation is made that the flotsam of online Internet-fed videos and podcasts are turning all our minds into utter mush.

Ergo, the seemingly proper or decidedly “in” way to describe the phenomena seems to be by referring to brain rot.

Before I get too far into this, there is even a feverish debate about how to suitably spell the wording of...

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