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Some interruptions, if we are paying attention, can offer us the insight or new path just then needed to lead us to a breakthrough or more interesting and more potentially profitable direction, no ?

I think we all are definitively NOT going back to a more static, more ordered environment with accepted regular pathways for the exchange of information, ideas and resolutions .. so we all have to learn to surf the white water and then "anchor" ourselves when appropriate or necessary to get something started, move it along or conclude it .. and then 'let go" again into the ongoing rushing white water of flows of information.

Thereby turning some interruptions into interregnums ?

Great post. Those interruptions like pop-up or pop-down ads are really annoying. But aside from that, there are ads that totally diverts our attention and affects our conversation or work sometimes.

Thank you for the comment and for the shout, Maria. I've had good teachers.

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