Its interesting to think about such questions.
The answer should be pretty obvious.
Advances in technology have revealed that our brains are far more altered by experience or training than was thought possible.
Auditory areas of musicians are usually more developed than average. Learning how to juggle itself, may very much alter our way of thinking too.
One suggests that a lifetime spent on the internet will alter the way we think and process information is well founded. But whether these changes will enhance or degrade our powers of imagination, recall and decision-making has divided scientists.
Young adults like myself have taught ourselves to rely on the Internet. Its impact is evident in our everyday lives. We become so impatient and our attention span probably won’t last for anymore than minutes.
And the more we use the net, the less information we get from prints. Some suggests that the abandonment of books means people will lose the ability to follow a plot from start to finish.
Having said that, short terms studies have shown that Internet use have a positive impact on our mental powers.