Shrink Life in General
Thanks to a mentor at the University of Pennsylvania, he was able to refine his interest and gain exposure to an actual brain surgery as an undergraduate.
…….It was that experience that made me realize this is what I wanted to do every day.
So now and then I write about my workflow. Since email is the most important reason for diversion of my attention and often hard to handle due to the enormous amount of emails. This enormous amount of emails mostly caused by no or little email etiquette by some. Even email rules only helps a little. Even thought of ditching email altogether.
Some emails are important since they are tasks, other emails do have important attachments. Some should be linked to an event in my calendar.
Since years I’m used to work with “Getting Things Done” (GTD) principles. I tried several solutions to implement GTD in a workflow with the least different software programs. Tried it solely with Evernote, the secret weapon. It was almost the ultimate solution until IQTELL came to my attention.
IQTELL has everything in one app. You can convert emails to actions, assign them to projects and calendar events. Evernote is tightly integrated for reference material en inbox.It has a web app, as well as iphone and ipad, and android app.
In short it brings together email, evernote, calendar, actions and projects all in one app. Been using the last couple of years and finally found the right solution for my workflow. The video above is just one of many to show and instruct how to use IQTELL and they have quick support.
This is an interesting video since it uses video games to explain how your brain works. In this instance in video games. For instance Neural Prediction or the way you estimate a ball coming towards you so to be able to catch it in time. At least before it hits you in the face.
Neuroscience is used to explain this phenomenon. More about sensory gaming, level developing in games, lag and latency compensation etc. all in this interesting video. Finally it explains why we suck at video games(original blog post).
This abstract came up in my RSS feed, I was flabbergasted. Could that be true. Is it internet addiction or video game addiction all over again? Reading the full article showed the authors have very little to back up their suggested causal relation between twitter and psychosis. Other factors could more likely contribute to the episode. Moreover, another egg chicken problem.
Kalbitzer, J., Mell, T., Bermpohl, F., Rapp, M., & Heinz, A. (2014). Twitter Psychosis The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 202 (8) DOI: 10.1097/NMD.0000000000000173