What is a main contradiction present in Carr’s article?
a. Carr recognizes that readers of today are better readers than they were before, but he d umbs down his language.
b. Carr admits he doesn’t read long, involved articles, but his article is long and involved.
c. Carr recognizes the need for the Internet, but he wants to reduce its availability.
d. Carr admits he doesn’t read material published on the Internet, but his article was published on the Internet.