More NewsGiving New Meaning to the Term ‘Attention Whore’

Giving New Meaning to the Term 'Attention Whore'

We've all heard about rising levels of promiscuity in the popular audio-visual diet, but this is ridiculous: "A recent Logitech study revealed that people, on average, have six applications open on their computer at any one time, and the active window switches or a new window opens every 50 seconds

We’ve all heard about rising levels of promiscuity in the popular audio-visual diet, but this is ridiculous:

“A recent Logitech study revealed that people, on average, have six applications open on their computer at any one time, and the active window switches or a new window opens every 50 seconds. To navigate the vast content at their disposal, people spin their mouse´s scroll wheel approximately 26 feet in an eight-hour day.” (press release, via clickable culture)

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