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[Rerun] My digital brain damage III

Has it become difficult to read novels? Have we become zombies who can do nothing but stare at the screens on all our digital platforms? Science Journalist Charlotte Koldbye has investigated why she just suddenly can no longer read novels.

In the third program in the series, Charlotte Koldbye talks (in Danish) to Professor Sune Lehmann from DTU, who has examined our collective attention and how we measure the influence from the media. Sune Lehmann has himself experienced how the media took his time and what it took to regain control of his media consumption.

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This story was produced with support from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.