Are In-Content Links Destroying Our Ability To Think?

Web documents are interlinked and as we read and encounter in-content links we have to make a choice whether or not to click. Even if we make that choice near instantaneously the links distract us, disrupt our concentration, and ultimately impede a deeper understanding.

If in-content links lead to superficial reading should designers stop linking or learn to adapt to how people read online?

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