The New Scientist says (rightly) that we need slow science to sow the seeds of future prosperity:
Turns out speed reading isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
The publish-or-perish model is stifling innovation + fostering timid scientific research. Time for a Slow Science revolution
Surprise, surprise: children do better in schools that ban mobile phones.
Reading to toddlers with real books seems to foster richer learning than does reading with e-readers or tablets.
Fascinating piece on chronic impatience and how we experience time in a fast world.
Typing is fast. Handwriting is slow. Which is why we learn better when we take notes with pen and paper.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull (and unproductive) boy. Why slowing down works in the workplace.
Taking notes on a laptop is more efficient, right? Wrong. Using pen and paper leads to better learning.
An academic look at what Slow means for communication in a wired world