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Alexander Markowetz: "Digitaler Burnout" | Kulturjournal | NDR - YouTube
- Notifications = are Dopamine rush. ... Addiction. //&! youtu.be/xkP5PEllQg0 - Can teens cope without their smartphones? --- talk about wanting to be in the know, being notified as it happens << express for need of Dopamine rush! //&! Book The Information Diet
productivity  multitasking  efficient  efficiency  learning  Smartphone  mobile  homescreen  mobile  phone  mobilephone  Millennials  distraction  Focus  focused  Appification  generationy  Social  Media  addiction  Dopamine  Notification  burnout  book  chronic  stress  communication  digital  economy  digital  natives  Age  norm  abuse  knowledge  worker  Creatives  Future  of  Work  life  hacker  life  lesson  Airplane  Mode  Detox  The  Information  Diet 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Why going home from work on time is good for you – and your employer | News | The Guardian
There is a lot of evidence that the number of hours worked does not equate to how much you are getting done. With the OECD countries above, there is a statistically significant negative relationship between the average hours worked and the amount of money made per hour worked. In other words, the countries with longer working hours tend to have less economically productive workers. In Japan, several firms including the operators of clothing retailer Uniqlo are moving to cut the number of hours employees work. So don’t feel bad about clocking off on time – you might actually get more done.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Students 'cannot multi-task with mobiles and study' - BBC News
Researchers found that students sending and receiving messages while studying scored lower test results and were less effective at tasks such as note taking. The study examined how a generation of "voracious texters" might be affected by so many online distractions. It found that when students did not use mobiles, they were better at being able to recall information. [...] The study, Mobile Phones in the Classroom: Examining the Effects of Texting, Twitter, and Message Content on Student Learning, carried out a series of tests with 145 undergraduates. [...] "It is a common occurrence to observe students who are physically present, yet mentally preoccupied by non-course-related material on their mobile devices. "As mobile devices have deeply saturated the college student population, this problem will likely continue to pose a significant obstacle," says the study, by Jeffrey Kuznekoff, Stevie Munz and Scott Titsworth. // life hack = focus 100% without distractions, opp for procrasti
learning  focus  focused  online  learning  e-learning  bulimic  learning  Bulimie  lernen  distraction  snacking  mobile  homescreen  mobile  phone  noise  Signal  vs.  noise  pollution  Millennials  generationy  multitasking  brain  neuroscience  neurology  neurobiology  attention  attention  span  inefficiencies  efficient  efficiency  life  hacker  life  lesson  Procrastinating  procrastination  time  discipline  self-regulation  self-awareness  self-improvement 
june 2015 by asterisk2a
DLD15: Andrew Keen: "The Internet is not the Answer" | G! blog - YouTube
>> Speed of change has changed, accelerated. (powerlaw distribution and hockeystick growth of apps) << >> Digital Society isn't working << // "Making the World a better place."- Claim. Criticism is about Privacy, user of Data (TOS), transparency, and how the sum of those companies affect humanity/society ... &! TNW – Andrew Keen – The internet is not the answer | The Next Web - youtube.com/watch?v=moLLHxxD0JM &! youtube.com/watch?v=sVEtTzlqsoE 'Universal Basic Income has to come in the future because of the Future of Work and the Mobile Creative. etc etc.' &! DLD15 Interview/Debate - youtube.com/watch?v=8lV3YRJKLq8 &! youtube.com/watch?v=15SN91hVxSg 'Uber Co. epitomise what it isn't working for people of the rest of the world. It's working for some type of people who have a stake in the company. [...] I am a digital environmentalist.'
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january 2015 by asterisk2a
YouTube - ‪Krankenhaus: Patienten tragen Risiken‬‏
healthcare reform gone awry wrong as each case has standards, and if the patient is non-standard, the patient loses out (dies, complications) and hospitals ration care to minimize losses on the non-standard care.
healthcare  capitalism  2011  germany  casestudy  research  efficiency  efficient  reform  economics  lobby  Lobbying  lobbyist 
june 2011 by asterisk2a
Fuel economy: The Difference Engine: Four bangs for the buck | The Economist
Europeans snigger at how little it costs even Californians to fill the tank. But people in the United States pay through the nose for many other things in life (health, education, property taxes, wireless services, etc) that foreigners get for far less or even free. ... 

all previous recessions, petrol consumption has been a leading indicator of recovery, bouncing back sharply as people started using their vehicles more to shop, to dine out, to seek the curious and the entertaining, and, above all, to take vacations. Despite the American economy’s belated and still timid recovery—seen in increasing sales of cars, clothing, hospitality, entertainment, and consumer goods generally (though still not housing)—the amount of petrol being consumed across the country has tumbled to 2001 levels, and shows every sign of falling further.  

Reason; BC Americans buying frugal - more fuel efficient cars now. $4-a-gallon gas, Americans want cars that do 40mpg or more.
greatrecession  recession  USA  economy  behaviour  consumer  consumption  study  research  signs  SUV  patterns  oil  oilprice  2008  2011  change  frugal  austerity  budget  analysis  efficient  efficiency 
june 2011 by asterisk2a
Green Inc. Column - Governments Can Promote Energy Efficiency - NYTimes.com
Long-term savings from actions as simple as sealing leaky ducts or buying a more efficient refrigerator have always been there for the taking. But persuading homeowners or businesses to take such steps and — especially — persuading governments to enact the policies that will help them to do so has for the most part been challenging. Often, it has proved easiest to do nothing.
energy  efficient  efficiency  government  policy  mckinsey 
august 2009 by asterisk2a

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