Friday, September 27, 2013

Some Interesting Facts About Multitasking | Infographic

Hello guys today here i'm going to talk a little bit about multitasking, which is something most people are familiar with. The 21st century has been all about the digital era with multiple screens at our fingertips. Basically what i'm trying to say is that now you are not only just looking to your monitor but you are also prone to look on the screen of your smartphone or tablet. Recently i came across this infographic about students multitasking while studying. As a student and an avid blogger i'm always juggling between these two and after reading through this inforgraphic, it does make some sense why i always don't seem to study much when i'm close up to the computer. The infographic basically says that students who use social networks won't get good grades and multitasking among students is pretty much a myth with just a slight 2 percent of the population being able to do so. Well i'm no different then what the infographic says, i'm constantly looking at my twitter feed on one monitor and looking through my reader and email on the other monitor and sometimes i can feel the pain of multitasking during live events when the news starts overflowing. 
Also i finally understand why i cannot use Photoshop and Illustrator together, its not because they don't work well together, its because i can only concentrate on one subject at one given period of time. Additionally, the infographic did highlight that in reality multitasking actually kills more time than doing two of the tasks separately. That said read the infographic below to see why multitasking is simply just a myth. Tell me in the comments below if you can relate to this problem. 

'its better to not to multitask that to multitask'
Online Learning and Multitasking
[image credit http://www.onlineschools.org/visual-academy/multitasking/]
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