Brain Management

May 16th, 2010

It’s easy to do two things at the same time, as long as one of those actions is a practiced skill that you can do almost automatically. For example, walking and talking is easy.  And some people can play the guitar and sing, as long as they have practiced both of those skills until one requires virtually no conscious thought. But you can’t do two things at the same time that both require original thinking.

Interesting article about the brain.

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