Multitasking has been wide spreading since technology has become more and more important in our lives. Because of its popularity, it does not mean that there are only upsides of multitasking. It has both advantage and disadvantage, but it depends on how a person can manage the way of multitasking that will fit one’s personality.
“I'm not opposed to the remarkable technological advances of the past several years. I don't want to go back to typewriters and carbon paper and yellowing clip from the newspaper morgue. I just think that we should treat technology like any other tool. We should control it, bending it to our human purposes.” (Bob Herbert, “Tweet Less, Kiss More,” The New York Times, June 16, 2010). Multitasking has been helpful to me in some reasons. For example, on the day my Algorithms’ class started writing a Pseudo code for Algorithms; my instructor wanted me to summarize the concept of the code. I had no idea how to do it, so I talked to my friend and asked her if she could help me. We were on the phone while I was doing something with the codes. She gave me directions step by step. With this technology, I found it was very convenient because I could get my project done quickly by getting information and follow execute the task at the same time.
I like to talk to my friend while I am shopping online because she can help me decide and gave me ideas about what to wear in each season. Moreover, I like listening to music while I am having breakfast. It is fun to do many things that do not need a lot of concentration at the same time. As a result, I’m able to accomplish many things done in a timely manner. It also changes a quiet morning to a delighted one.
Even though multitasking can entertain me in some points, but it can also distract me at the same time. When I do my homework, I cannot listen to music. It is a pretty strange concept to me when my friend says that the music like piano music helps keep her relaxes while doing such...