If blue screen glasses existed in 2010, I was unaware of them. Carpal tunnel syndrome and other physiological ailments were very much real, but at the end of the day, our entertainment still emitted from screens several feet away from our eyes. That’s all changed. …

The effects of information overload vary widely, but your innate capacity to manage it could have something to do with your age. On one side of the spectrum are Digital Natives — loosely defined as those who were born between 1995 and 2010. They don’t know a world without the…

If there exists a bigger productivity killer than interruptions, I have yet to discover it. During the pandemic our exposure to distractions and interruptions increased as many of us had to relearn how to work and collaborate in home or hybrid environments. When distracted, our brains are forced into “context…

“Fear of Missing Out” is the brain’s natural tendency to avoid making decisions or choices that make us feel less confident or satisfied. When we’re drawn to an alternative that could potentially be “better” we’re experiencing FOMO. A number of cities are taking a “FOMO” approach to increasing vaccination rates…

Leigh Fatzinger

Founder/CEO of Turbine Labs. I write about information access, overload, and bias, as well as our AI-powered software. (turbinelabs.com / @turbinelabs)

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