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Very extensive and interesting article in The New York Times about the toll multitasking can take on your ability to focus and get things done. /via Core77
You can also test your focus and how fast you juggle tasks.
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Fascinating article. Not that it comes as a big surprise - having taught in a high school, I've noticed that kids seem to have less ability to put effort into work, projects, life in general than I did at that age (and I was only a few years older at the time!). Whether that's a multitasking-thing in particular or a technology and "ease of life"-thing in general I'm not sure.
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