The San Francisco Chronicle reports that young people report that they spend about 6.5 hours per day on various electronic media, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation survey, which is an hour more per day than five years ago. Most of the increase comes from greater video game and computer use. Approximately a quarter of the kids surveyed reported engaging in more than one media activity at a time, and that this multitasking basically adds up to the equivalent of exposure to 8.5 hours a day of media exposure. Parents and educators are becoming increasingly concerned with this extreme media use, and some scientists and psychologists are sounding the alarm as well. They believe that all of this tech use can lead to developmental, social, and learning disorders. Ultimately, while parents and educators do worry about content on the internet and other media, the sheer amount of time spent by today’s youth is also very troubling…