holesinthefoam:

We need to come up with a pill that cures cognitive dissonance. Get on it.

http://goo.gl/iEseLz

"If the world was blind, how many people would you impress?"

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whoagifs:

sorry human.. he won’t do that again!

i just fan girled a bit.. wont happen again. its just sooo cute tho!!!

whoagifs:

sorry human.. he won’t do that again!

guanzontech:

30.07.2011
 
According to a study in the journal Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, people obsessively check their smartphones. No, not you, of course not you. Wait – you just checked, didn’t you?
Call it the need to stay connected or call it obsessive-compulsive, but study subjects checked their phones an average of 34 times per work day. Many checked every 10 minutes, looking for about 30 seconds each time, aside from when they received a notification they had a message or answered a voice call (how old fashioned – voice calls on a smartphone).
Evidently, the brain likes the feeling of importance it gets when an email verifies the person in important. Guess they get better email than I do, because little of my mail makes me feel significant to society. But smartphone owners become programmed by their attention-needy brains to check their phones on an unconscious level. Many people don’t even realize they’re checking their phones while with friends or in an important meeting.
Adam and eve it? :)

guanzontech:

30.07.2011

According to a study in the journal Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, people obsessively check their smartphones. No, not you, of course not you. Wait – you just checked, didn’t you?

Call it the need to stay connected or call it obsessive-compulsive, but study subjects checked their phones an average of 34 times per work day. Many checked every 10 minutes, looking for about 30 seconds each time, aside from when they received a notification they had a message or answered a voice call (how old fashioned – voice calls on a smartphone).

Evidently, the brain likes the feeling of importance it gets when an email verifies the person in important. Guess they get better email than I do, because little of my mail makes me feel significant to society. But smartphone owners become programmed by their attention-needy brains to check their phones on an unconscious level. Many people don’t even realize they’re checking their phones while with friends or in an important meeting.

Adam and eve it? :)