Posts Tagged ‘Transactive’

Transactive Memory and TV

May 16, 2010

The Healthymemory Blog has had many postings on Cyberspace and Transactive Memory. These have usually been written with the objective of illustrating the potential of the internet for cognitive growth and a healthy memory. However, it is important not to overlook fun and enjoyment.

As many popular television shows are wrapping up their seasons this week, it is timely to remind people of the internet as an aid to television viewing. Synopses of most programs can be found simply by searching for them on the internet. Should you need to get caught up before seeing the season finale, this is one means of doing so. It can also lead you to means of watching the shows online. You might choose to read about the episodes first before spending valuable personal time viewing them.

Generally speaking, the internet can serve as an inexpensive guide to television viewing enabling you to separate the wheat from the chaff on this vast wasteland.

So, go to your browsers and start searching!