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Multitasking Essay Examples

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Negative Effects of Multitasking
"Multitasking Can Make You Lose... Um...Focus" is a short article
written by Alina Tugend. In this article she explains how multitasking
is used in everyday tasks and how it affects our daily routines. The use
of multitasking has increased throughout the years and is used in many
different ways; from texting and driving. wr...
983 words
2 pages
The Drawbacks of Multitasking
On a faithful Wednesday morning in the street of Jarvis, on my way for my English class lectures. I was extremely late to board a bus so I decided to walk fast. On getting to the end of the street, a scary faced bull dog came out from an alley, immediately I became frightened I was confused either to chase the dog or to run...
678 words
2 pages
Article Summary of Is the Internet Making Us Quick But Shallow?
Nicholas Carr explores the topic of the enduring negative effects the internet has on our cognitive abilities in his article from CNN “Is the Internet Making us Quick but Shallow?” and he claims that the multitude of advance technology available to us has offset a severe obstruction to comprehension, understanding and learn...
601 words
1 page
Multitasking as One of the Benefits of Living in the Digital Age
Digital age: is a period in human history characterized by the shift from traditional industry that the industrial revolution brought through industrialization, to an economy based on information computerization. Living in an age where any question can be answered in a click of a button is quite amazing. Opening a laptop is...
1,257 words
3 pages
The Negative Effects of Texting While Driving
Texting and driving is an act of reading, composing or even sending text messages on a mobile phone while the person is operating a vehicle. Texting became a social norm in the year 2000 when the mobile phones introduced the text-messaging package. Texting has been considered to have more negative effects as compared to tal...
354 words
1 page
An Analysis of the Internet Generations in 21st Century
Today, 82% of kids are online by the seventh grade (Wallis, 2006). They are the generation of gadget lovers and multitaskers. Though, it turns out that all those devices that were designed to keep us productive and happy often do quite the opposite. In her essay “The Multitasking Generation”, Claudia Wallis makes several cl...
675 words
2 pages
An Overview of Media Multitasking
Introduction Long time ago, multitasking used to be an activity that was done by both male and female adults especially as the y attempted to manage jobs and tasks and even meetings. However lately, teenagers have been converted into the actual specialists at multitasking act, as their way of living turn out to be crowded...
931 words
2 pages