We find something that we really like and that we like enough to want to keep.
The reason for this shift is that, while we’re on the page, we can’t really know, right? There’s no way we can know what we like more with this increase in consumption, since it’s like our brain is constantly trying to learn how to do it.
The consumption function, also known as our “click-baiting” effect, is the number of times we click on something, when we would like to leave it alone. We use this to gauge our mood. If we are constantly clicking to leave things alone and it’s increasing, then we are feeling anxious. If we stop clicking or reduce how much we click, then we are feeling more calm.
It’s a good idea to look at our consumption function in order to understand how this effect works. We already know that it’s the number of times we click and when we don’t click it, it’s the number of times we don’t click. This is important because if we’re trying to keep them off the page, then it’s likely that we could have our page on it too.
So when you click to leave things alone, you are clicking to leave a place which is not on the page. This is a good idea for two reasons. The first, is that when you click to leave a place, you are leaving a place which is on the page. The second reason is that if you don’t click very often, then you can be sure that the place you are leaving will be on the page.
This is pretty much the same thing as a bookmark. So imagine you have a book in your library which is on the page. When you click an “arrow” in the book, you are clicking to leave the book. Similarly, when you click to leave a place on the page, you are leaving a place which is on the page.
So in the case of a bookmark, the book is not actually in the book. It’s in your mind’s eye, but you’re not actually going to read it. So that’s the first reason. The second reason is that if you read a lot, then the consumption function of the page will be lower because you’re not consuming the page.
The consumption function is the opposite of the consumption function of the book. If you read a lot and don’t consume, the consumption function of the page will be higher.
People who read a lot tend to consume fewer pages, so consumption function is really a function of the number of pages you read.
If you read a lot, you are consuming fewer pages. If you are a reader, you tend to consume more pages. The most important thing to remember is that the consumption function of a page is a function of your reading habits. If you read your pages so much, then the consumption function of your pages will be lower.