ADD / ADHD and Technology

Information overload is not a new thing. Here’s a piece from Stowe Boyd’s thought provoking /message blog Denis Diderot, “Encyclopédie” (1755) As long as the centuries continue to unfold, the number of books will grow continually, and one can predict that a time will come when it will be almost […]

Information Overload in 1755

Photo Credits: dogsbody and Brent Granby Vision Vancouver’s Gregor Robertson’s campaign understood the internet, social media, and web culture much better than the NPA’s Peter Ladner’s did and that’s one of the many reasons he won the 2008 Vancouver civic election. In this comprehensive post I compare and contrast the […]

Vision Vancouver vs The NPA Civic Election Social Media and ...

“One person can make a difference and every person should try.” US President John F. Kennedy Online ADHD awareness and advocacy activities are easier and cheaper than offline ones, and are often more effective. Especially since most people with ADHD don’t have a lot of local services available for them […]

ADDers Should Learn From the Presidential Online Websites and Blogs

One of the advantages of coaching adults with ADHD, is that you often have some pretty creative clients. One client had trouble organizing themselves while they were out of the house and generally preferred using the computer to help her manage time. Being a Mac person (sold them for 7 […]

Ipod Touch The Personal ADHD Assistant

Less = More. That’s the concept of Zenware the software category of reducing the increasing amount of clutter clogging our computer screens. Jeffrey MacIntyre had a good article in Slate magazine about it. Via Webworker Daily. The philosophy behind zenware is to force the desktop back to its Platonic essence. […]

Zenware For Better Focus