No. And I have a few problems with that question.
Recorded live 5-16-13 with Osborne and Andre (NotesForRobots.com).
Our discussion grows out of a video called Why Our Brains Get Addicted to the Internet (and How to Avoid It). We spend the live portion of the podcast evaluating our issues with and strategies for focusing while working online.
Brett's Introduction: (START - 18:21)
When ADHD has Nowhere to Hide - http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/culturally-speaking/201305/when-adhd-has-nowhere-hide
Why French Kids Don't Have ADHD - http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/suffer-the-children/201203/why-french-kids-dont-have-adhd
INVENTOR OF ADHD'S DEATHBED CONFESSION: "ADHD IS A FICTITIOUS DISEASE" - http://www.worldpublicunion.org/2013-03-27-NEWS-inventor-of-adhd-says-adhd-is-a-fictitious-disease.html
Live Portion: (18:21 - 73:29)
MEMORY CONSOLIDATION - http://www.human-memory.net/processes_consolidation.html
Self-regulated Learning - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-regulated_learning
SSRI Stories - http://ssristories.com/
Carb Nite! - http://carbnite.com/
Non-Live Addition: (73:29 - END)
How to Rebuild Your Attention Span and Focus - http://lifehacker.com/5596964/how-to-rebuild-your-attention-span-and-focusl