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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hard-wire.

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Examples

  • Seeking: How the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting.

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  • Which is ironic, because my jumping-off point is an article from Slate, written by Emily Yoffe, titled Seeking: How the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting.

    The thrill of the chase

  • I doubt there's any business, however, that more thoroughly hard-wires its charitable work into its everyday operations than Bob's BMW, a motorcycle sales and parts dealership in

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • - Interesting article on how the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Desperately seeking something - Slate magazine has an article on "how the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting" which has become remarkably popular but buys into the dopamine myth and misapplies it to the nebulous concept of 'information'.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • "Post-traumatic stress disorder hard-wires events in your brain to the extent they will come back in digitally clear detail to your brain.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It Begins: Celebrities Start Whoring Themselves As Virtual Gifts On Facebook BREAKING NEWS: BRITNEY SPEARS IS FIRST ARTIST TO LAUNCH FACEBOOK GIFTS How the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting.

    Techmeme

  • It really hard-wires the learning into the brain in a way that is not possible with text books alone. "

    innovations-report

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