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Hi! I'm a fresh phd candidate in digital culture. My supervisor follows me on twitter, so I set up this account as a space to share my experience of navigating the phd process with adhd.

Expect reports on awkwardness and academic social foibles, procrastination research into irrelevant topics, and friendly reminders to myself to stop interrupting people.

sharing an office 

adhd and maladaptive coping strategies for social overwhelm 

adhd and maladaptive coping strategies for social overwhelm 

adhd and social overwhelm - how do you deal? 

adhd and social overwhelm - how do you deal? 

can't even email 

adhd and social overwhelm - how do you deal? 

social overwhelm and unfortunate adhd coping strategies 

social overwhelm and unfortunate adhd coping strategies 

social overwhelm and unfortunate adhd coping strategies 

Sudden realisation: I use unfriendliness to regulate the social load on my attention. It's a defence mechanism. I am afraid that if I am too friendly and approachable, other people's demands on my attention will overwhelm me.

I seem to have boosted toots I did not intend to. Gotta figure out how that happened.

writing, productive procrastination 

writing, productive procrastination 

murigan boosted

nceo.org/articles/employee-own this had a few answers to some questions I had about employee ownership of companies so I'm stashing it here

1) in case its useful to anyone else
2) to read it all the way through later.

theoretical anthipathies, theory dudes, Deleuze 

murigan boosted

I'm looking at online gratification and I can only find books about internet addiction and other types of digitally-related disorders. Is there any positive or at least neutral spin on the subject?

academic hierarchy, interrupting, adhd 

academic hierarchy, interrupting, adhd 

academic hierarchy, interrupting, adhd 

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