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    Huge recall for Porsche's

    http://auto.ndtv.com/news/porsche-recalls-911-boxster-cayman-and-macan-over-safety-concerns-1669275

     

     

     

     


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Hugh who? Hugh Grant? yes He does seem like the type for a Boxster... 



    Sorry Nick, couldn't resist cool


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Oops, I corrected it. I am multitasking and not paying attention.

    ThanksSmiley


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Yuge! indecision


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    nberry:

    Oops, I corrected it. I am multitasking and not paying attention.

    ThanksSmiley

    Nick - you should know by now that only females can multi-task..!  Smiley


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Nah, men can do a better job, we started everything then finished all of them half-assed!

     


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    In RT tradition here is a interesting fact indecision... The ability to multitask is a myth, studies have clearly shown that the brain cannot multitask, instead it can only do one thing at a time and will switch back and forth between one task and the other repeatedly to simulate multitasking but performance will suffer since it's not really able to multitask, and the speed it can do that depends on how many resources each task takes, so tasks​ that we can do almost automatically without thinking through repetition then those it can look like we are multitasking but we are not, but in general the decrease in performance of each task falls drastically if tried​ to be done at the same time compared to done  separately, perfect example is texting while driving. And this is the same for male and female brains, there is no difference, that is another myth.

    And interesting fact within an interesting fact, the biggest bottleneck in performance decrease in tasks when trying to multitask is tasks that require some type of decision making, no matter how simple the tasks are, if they require some degree of decision making, multitasking performance is most affected. For example listening to the radio will not interfere with your driving much, but if you are listening to a person taking to you asking you something then it will affect you more, and if it's through a phone much more even if it's hands free.


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Carlos, if you could somehow link this back to Hugh Grant, we would reach epic new levels of circle off-topicness here... Just sayin'... blush


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Carlos from Spain:

    In RT tradition here is a interesting fact indecision... The ability to multitask is a myth, studies have clearly shown that the brain cannot multitask, instead it can only do one thing at a time and will switch back and forth between one task and the other repeatedly to simulate multitasking but performance will suffer since it's not really able to multitask, and the speed it can do that depends on how many resources each task takes, so tasks​ that we can do almost automatically without thinking through repetition then those it can look like we are multitasking but we are not, but in general the decrease in performance of each task falls drastically if tried​ to be done at the same time compared to done  separately, perfect example is texting while driving. And this is the same for male and female brains, there is no difference, that is another myth.

    And interesting fact within an interesting fact, the biggest bottleneck in performance decrease in tasks when trying to multitask is tasks that require some type of decision making, no matter how simple the tasks are, if they require some degree of decision making, multitasking performance is most affected. For example listening to the radio will not interfere with your driving much, but if you are listening to a person taking to you asking you something then it will affect you more, and if it's through a phone much more even if it's hands free.


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    ⇒ Carlos - Porsche 991 Carrera GTS

     

    Carlos, can I give you me wife's number so you can explain it to her Smiley


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Joost:

    Carlos, if you could somehow link this back to Hugh Grant, we would reach epic new levels of circle off-topicness here... Just sayin'... blush

     Smiley

     

    Gnil:
    Carlos from Spain:

    In RT tradition here is a interesting fact indecision... The ability to multitask is a myth, studies have clearly shown that the brain cannot multitask, instead it can only do one thing at a time and will switch back and forth between one task and the other repeatedly to simulate multitasking but performance will suffer since it's not really able to multitask, and the speed it can do that depends on how many resources each task takes, so tasks​ that we can do almost automatically without thinking through repetition then those it can look like we are multitasking but we are not, but in general the decrease in performance of each task falls drastically if tried​ to be done at the same time compared to done  separately, perfect example is texting while driving. And this is the same for male and female brains, there is no difference, that is another myth.

    And interesting fact within an interesting fact, the biggest bottleneck in performance decrease in tasks when trying to multitask is tasks that require some type of decision making, no matter how simple the tasks are, if they require some degree of decision making, multitasking performance is most affected. For example listening to the radio will not interfere with your driving much, but if you are listening to a person taking to you asking you something then it will affect you more, and if it's through a phone much more even if it's hands free.


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    ⇒ Carlos - Porsche 991 Carrera GTS

     

    Carlos, can I give you me wife's number so you can explain it to her Smiley

    I could but then when she is talking to you going on about something like her ideas to reform the bedroom and you are pretending to listen but are really paying attention to something else, she is going to call you out and make you pay full attention to her since she now knows we can't multitask Smiley ... not sure that is a win, we have to pick our battlesSmiley... I think that multitask myth was created by a guy, the fact that its tied to the myth that women can do it better than men is just so that women will believe it that much more easily then Smiley


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Carlos - My wife can knit, do a crossword and watch TV all at the same time!

    I can't knit...period - and I don't do crosswords and watch TV together.

    But, if I miss something on TV and ask my wife - she always knows what it is - despite the knitting and crossword..mail

    This I find very irritating...yes

     


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    If you would practice knitting it would become an automated task in time and would not affect performamce of other tasks you would be doing either. And as to crosswords the most reasonable explanation is that they do not require constant attention and lend themselves to be performed by switchimg back and forth at her own pace to it with other tasks like TV or radio which are tasks that do not require much resources, that's why we can drive just the same while listening to the radio. If she for example instead of a crossword would be doing a simple multiple choice test with simple questions but timed where she had to choose and also pay constant attention to because of the time, her attention to the TV would be decreased drastically. She is probably good at crosswords and experienced at knitting so she can jugle all three tasks at the same time easily Smiley


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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    Gnil:
    Carlos from Spain:

    In RT tradition here is a interesting fact indecision... The ability to multitask is a myth, studies have clearly shown that the brain cannot multitask, instead it can only do one thing at a time and will switch back and forth between one task and the other repeatedly to simulate multitasking but performance will suffer since it's not really able to multitask, and the speed it can do that depends on how many resources each task takes, so tasks​ that we can do almost automatically without thinking through repetition then those it can look like we are multitasking but we are not, but in general the decrease in performance of each task falls drastically if tried​ to be done at the same time compared to done  separately, perfect example is texting while driving. And this is the same for male and female brains, there is no difference, that is another myth.

    And interesting fact within an interesting fact, the biggest bottleneck in performance decrease in tasks when trying to multitask is tasks that require some type of decision making, no matter how simple the tasks are, if they require some degree of decision making, multitasking performance is most affected. For example listening to the radio will not interfere with your driving much, but if you are listening to a person taking to you asking you something then it will affect you more, and if it's through a phone much more even if it's hands free.


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    ⇒ Carlos - Porsche 991 Carrera GTS

     

    Carlos, can I give you me wife's number so you can explain it to her Smiley

    You don't want to do that, Carlos is a player... Smiley Smiley

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    Re: Hugh recall for Porsche's

    I dont think so, not sure nerdy or geek talk works for players, not the best approach 


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