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Public Service Announcement: You Should Not Force Quit Apps on iOS
"The single biggest misconception about iOS is that it’s good digital hygiene to force quit apps that you aren’t using."

- John Gruber
Daring Fireball
iOS  tips  advice  force-quit  myth  misconception  background  background-apps  app-switcher  multitasking  multitasking-switcher  battery-life  battery  apps  ForceQuit  force-quiting  ForceQuiting  quit  quiting  close  closing  mobile  iPhone  DaringFireball  JohnGruber  John-Gruber  geeky  feedy 
july 2017 by Mykl
Students’ misconceptions of statistical inference: A review of the empirical evidence from research on statistics education
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research  statistics  misconception 
april 2017 by lkovanen
34 Misconceptions & Myths About Meditation | Live and Dare
The web's most extensive list of misconceptions and myths about meditation and mindfulness. Some of these even advanced practitioners have.
giovannidienstmann  meditation  practice  misconception  mistake 
november 2015 by lgtout

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