“More strikingly still, later experiments showed this enhanced focus also seemed to be reflected in their ability to hold their attention and ignore distraction: when they were asked to quickly search for shapes in a grid, for instance, they were less easily distracted by the movements of other objects on the screen. In fact, they appeared to be the most focused of any groups previously studied.” From BBC: The astonishing vision and focus of Namibia’s nomads. (It’s worth noting that they don’t have access to most tech or any connected devices.)

+ NYT: Why We Can’t Look Away From Our Screens. (Even on days when NextDraft is not published…)