A friend suggested engaging with other writers to expand my broadband. He forwarded an excellent article from the Atlantic. I signed up for the author’s free newsletter. The Atlantic immediately pinged me I would receive eight comparable newsletters with a subscription. Reminded me of my elementary school science fair project.
When you were in elementary school, in science class did you spoon sugar (a solute) into a glass of water (a solvent) to learn about solubility? Specifically, the point of saturation, the point at which the sugar you add sinks to the bottom of the glass in solid form. Chemical explanation: The molecular interaction between the sugar and water reaches a maximum concentration, if you add more sugar, it will not dissolve anymore. My apologies: A very esoteric analogy for the point of saturation I reach every time I am online conducting a digital review – aggregating information and engaging. Better known as TMI.
Have you been subjected to any sugar water lately?
Agree. often feel flooded
For me, it’s just too much blah-blah-blah but not enough good, usable information! Maybe a spoonful of sugar would help!
Initial excitement (Wow! I’m going to learn so much!); followed by Longterm Disappointment (What a waste of time). I agree, Joan, a spoonful of sugar would help.