SCATTERBRAIN: The Pew Research Center's latest report, produced in conjunction with Elon University, has a vexingly equivocal title: "Millenials will benefit and suffer due to their hyperconnected lives." (Huh?) The team surveyed 1,021 tech experts and critics on whether the "always-on connection to people and information" will be a net positive or negative by 2020. The result: 55% yays, 42% nays. Of course, such an open-ended question begs a variety of questions to qualify "good" and "bad," which the report does a commendable job of addressing.