Thursday, October 06, 2005
The Lansing State Journal has a feature that looks at how too much information can make you function poorly. A study conducted for Hewlett Packard showed the average worker loses 10 points in functioning IQ when distracted by e-mails and phone calls. LSJ's Christine Rook pens this instant classic line: "Distraction affects "functional" IQ, not actual intelligence. So, you'll only appear dumb or do dumb things, but you'll retain your full intellect to completely appreciate your humiliation."
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