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Why You Open Too Many Browser Tabs And How To Stop It - Trello Blog about 2 hours ago
When you are jumping from tab to tab your brain is releasing dopamine receptors that are giving you the illusion that you are being more productive. Your brain, however, is not actually processing all of these stimuli.
the more a person multitasks, the less gray matter they possess
Having multiple tabs open isn’t making you more productive, it’s actually just making you scatterbrained, thus decreasing your ability to remember any single piece of information.
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Discussion about statistical software packages, applied statistics and data analysis
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Information regarding the allegations made against IPCC before and during COP15 - Climategate, Glaziergate, whatevergate. In other words: Journalismgate research."Press reports are wildly, spectacularly inconsistent, as the press tries to spectacularize a sober, unspectacular, genuine critique into a crisis or a triumph."
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Reading, understanding and using the books of Nassim Nicholas Taleb - Fooled by Randomness and The Black Swan. I was also impressed by Eric Beinhocker's The Origin of Wealth and will look out for similar reading online and printed. Please join :-)
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