Born and raised in the corners of a small city, found knowledge in little conversations, in empty little spaces of time, in observation.
New research suggests the possibility that cognitive damage associated with multi-tasking could be permanent.
…en you get into work in the morning, at lunch time, and before leaving work at the end of the day). Turn off texting notifications and choose specific times to check your phone as well.
Email is problematic, but texting is even worse, demanding even more immediacy than email, having us check it more adamantly as a result.