Trying to understand that last sentence also bad for you.
Looks like that article was published in November 2007. I'm not sure what that implies about multitasking, but it doesn't say a lot for timeliness.
Me of not understand.
Deref multiple task windows and reattach dictionary and grammer functions.
There have been studies out for a couple years showing that people who try to do things at once do both slower. The study I remember involved math problems. People who just performed all the steps without stopping spent less time than people who went back and forth between tasks.
Not that this knowledge will make an impact on Twitter Nation. I think there is a strong element of escapism in the supposed "connectivity" revolution.
Sorry, "TWO things at once."
Shouldn't post while I'm making a sandwich.
When did we suddenly become culturally homogeneous? The always-connected social-networked techophiles were less likely to favor the Iraq war than the average American (or at least faster to wake up and see what a stupid idea it was).
As long as we're flogging stereotypes, it is the barely-educated xenophobic liberal-hating Jesus-loving Bush-worshipers who did (and still do) favor the Iraq war. Clearly that means Jesus is bad for society.
When I multitask, I perform activities that don't require my undivided attention. Those activities also tend to be incredibly tedious. So much so that I don't care if multitasking slows me down somewhat; dividing my attention keeps me from avoiding performing those tasks altogether.
I have ADHD - welcome to my world.
Lets go ride bikes.
What @7 and @8 wrote.
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