Although everytime that I tried to copy and paste this link to hypothes.is it would not let me annotate I still obviously read this article and found it very interesting. Great job keeping me in focus, Professor McVerry!
In "Small Differences Matter: The DNA of Online Reading Comprehension" by my professor Greg McVerry stresses on the fact that small differences matter. He goes into the fact that us humans, and chimpanzees only have a 2% difference in DNA.
This being said, he believes that readers of online sources need to fully understand and do all of the skills to become a good online reader and to fully understand what they are reading online. This small difference can change the world for readers out there.