My “to do” list usually is full and with each strike a new position is added at the very bottom. Does it lead to success? No.

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Gaming improves multitasking

I recently found an article in Nature magazine that claims that Gaming improves multitasking.

“Led by neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley of the University of California, San Francisco, the study found that a game called NeuroRacer can help older people to improve their capacity to multitask — and the effect seems to carry over to tasks in everyday life and is still there after six months. The study also shows how patterns of brain activity change as those cognitive skills improve.”