Franciscan Focus

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20 September 2007

Multi-tasking mashup 

While on the 'puter last night, it suddenly hit me that I was doing an Insane Amount Of Multi-tasking (I know, I hate that word, too) and my brain started overheating. I skidded to a full stop and assessed just what in heck I was doin', which was ...
  • comparing prices between Amazon.com and BestBuy.com for a workout DVD (Amazon.com's was better)
  • IM-ing with my far-flung brother-in-law (latest news: he gave up playing World of Warcraft awhile back)
  • scribbling a blog post (this one)
  • contemplating my turn in Scrabulous (went with "lair" for 12 points)
  • watching Twitter updates via Twitterrific (Maria, this is All Your Fault!)
Um, yeah. Pretty pathetic. Anyone else out there got a crazy multi-taskin' story to share? Y'know, so I don't feel quite so loser-ish? (Misery loves company 'n' all.) :-P

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4 Comments:

Blogger Bego said...

LOL...hold on a sec while I answer this call...respond to an IM...watch Indy pour the water on his dad's wound...write a press release for my book...crop some pictures for my blog....

Oh, wait. I was supposed to be making a comment here. Sorry, I ran out of time.

20 September, 2007 16:03  
Blogger Lisa, sfo said...

Maria, you crack me up!

And thanks fer sharin', I feel much better, now! :-D

20 September, 2007 16:07  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's my version of multi-tasking: IM-ing with my friend Inge with multiple windows opened (she's always sending me links to things she wants me to read/look at) while keeping an eye on Twitter and recording a radio show for my mother and trying to watch Jeopardy! It happens most nights around 7:30.

Mike Kuypers

21 September, 2007 15:44  
Blogger Melissa said...

Nursing my son while posting this, then going back to editing a brochure on my Mac. Another advantage to breast-feeding, it can be hands-free!

25 September, 2007 12:23  

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