Life Interrupted: Stressed by Distraction

In a previous article, titled Interrupting Interruptions, I discussed how technological advances have affected our daily life.Now, Professor David Levy, of the University of Washington has studied the phenomenon and its effects on us. Read the article in the Seattle Times, which also quotes David Meyer, a cognitive scientist and psychologist. Also read the Slashdot discussion.This somehow related to the finding that autism and Asperger's syndrome are prevalent among Silicon Valley's children, as Wired reports.