Posts tagged behavior

Texting Changes the Way You Walk

via theatlanticcities:

"We walk much slower when handling a cell phone (even moreso while texting than reading), and we’re not very good at sticking to a straight line. Not surprisingly, we tend to keep our heads down, our necks immobile, and our arms locked at our sides. We don’t swing our arms, which can be a crucial part of staying balanced while moving."

Liberal social movements might struggle to develop solidarity and formulate shared goals within their ranks, both because liberals want to maintain unique beliefs and because they underestimate the amount of agreement among their members.
Chadly Stern of NYU, explaining the findings of a new study which finds that liberals have trouble finding consensus (even when they already have it), and that conservatives tend to overestimate agreement within their groups as well.
What Steve Jobs said you’d do with your iPad vs. how you actually use it…

What Steve Jobs said you’d do with your iPad vs. how you actually use it…

Mapping the local media consumption in the US, c/o Nielsen
via performics:

Love this #Infographic on the “Spotlight on Local Media Behaviors” across the country.

Mapping the local media consumption in the US, c/o Nielsen

via performics:

Love this #Infographic on the “Spotlight on Local Media Behaviors” across the country.

Matt Cutts takes the advice of “the great American philosopher,” Morgan Spurlock, and finds 30 days is about the right length of time to try changing your behavior for the better.

Do you need a Social Media Detox? I’d have to admit I’m guilty of more than one of the anti-social behaviors illustrated in this infographic.
Use this handy guide to determine your symptoms of overuse and withdrawl, and commit to making a more pro-social approach to social media in your daily life.

Do you need a Social Media Detox? I’d have to admit I’m guilty of more than one of the anti-social behaviors illustrated in this infographic.

Use this handy guide to determine your symptoms of overuse and withdrawl, and commit to making a more pro-social approach to social media in your daily life.