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#1 Post by crashinggg » Wed Jan 10, 2018 11:28 pm

Firstly, do you believe people can multitask? Secondly, are you any good at multitasking?
Thirdly, if you do multitask, what things do you multitask the most with?

I do believe people can multitask and I'm relatively good at it. I don't do this often, but I'm good at multitasking when I cook, I can chop and stir at the same time depending on what it is. Not all things need a steady hand so it's easy just to chop quickly with my right while I stir with my right like lettuce while storing taco meat.

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#2 Post by Slix » Thu Jan 11, 2018 12:49 pm

Like most of us, I think we can multitask but in reality it's really lousy. I usually try to watch a tv show or YouTube video while working on stuff on the computer, but then both tasks suffer. Listening to music in the background is different, though, I can do that while doing other things quite easily.

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