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Old 04-17-12, 07:03 PM
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Re: Use social anxiety to your advantage in staying on task.

Yeah, I think for me at least, it all stems from the idea that I assume everyone has the same capacity for observation and peripheral vision that I do. I pretty much observe and take note of everything that's in my field of vision. Sometimes I wonder if it is even possible for people to walk by other people and not see them, because I personally find it almost impossible to take note of every person that passes by and otherwise. I'm by no means implying that I can recall all of these things at some later time, my memory is actually pretty terrible in most aspects.

So pretty much I'm thinking, if I can take note of what everyone else is doing on their computer, (not that I'm purposefully invading privacy, just nothing that it can be done easily) then everyone else can just as easily observe me.
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