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people with short attention spans
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Letting go is particularly challenging because the transformation is unfolding under the sharp eyes (and short attention spans) of public-market shareholders.
Image The Met Gala was a prelude to an evening of after-parties that vied for the fickle attention spans of its boldfaced attendees.
Running down the Cubs’ 8-4 opening day for fans with tweet-attention spans: Good decision on the leadoff spot, Joe.
But the barrage of sometimes split-second scenes seems geared toward young audience members with the shortest of attention spans.
The president, notorious for a short attention span, stayed engaged and refrained from airing previous claims that climate change is a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese — a sign the French viewed positively, the officials said.
My reasoning has nothing to do with the internet, a dwindling attention span etc.
Gun control activists might rightly lament the nation’s short attention span, which shifted outrage to Facebook and Cambridge Analytica in April.
Perhaps more than any other sport in today’s crowded entertainment landscape, NASCAR faces obstacles that are going to be difficult to overcome. NASCAR’s season is too long, the races are too long and our attention span is too short.
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ATTENTION SPAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of attention span for English Language Learners
: the length of time during which someone is able to think about or remain interested in something
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