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Don't Let ADHD Crush Children's Self-Esteem | MDedge Psychiatry
Children with low self-esteem suffer from the pain of being themselves. They learn to expect to fail rather than to succeed.
research  psychology  ADHD  kids  self-esteem 
yesterday
SpeedReader: Fast and Private Reader Mode for the Web | Brave Browser
We look forward to implementing SpeedReader in future versions of the Brave browser to improve the user experience when these aforementioned optimisations are not present or not sufficient.
web  browser  reading  speed  tech  trends 
3 days ago
GatsbyJS
Recommended by André Staltz. One of the fastest ways to host a website. Can grab content from multiple sources.
CoolStuff  JS  JavaScript  web  webdev  content  blog  generator  static  site  recommended  markdown 
5 days ago
Free Texting & Calling App | Wireless Cell Phone Plans | TextNow
Free SMS texting and phone number. Useful for setting up WhatsApp
mobile  phone  travel  SMS  number  chat 
5 days ago
Javascript Cryptography Considered Harmful
If you don't trust the network to deliver a password, or, worse, don't trust the server not to keep user secrets, you can't trust them to deliver security code.

Perhaps why sync.com isn't considered a secure option
crypto  security  web  encryption  Javascript 
6 days ago
ADHD Brain: Unraveling Secrets of Your ADD Nervous System
Those with the condition don’t have a shortage of attention. They pay too much attention to everything. Most people with unmedicated ADHD have four or five things going on in their minds at once. The hallmark of the ADHD nervous system is not attention deficit, but inconsistent attention.

Everyone with ADHD knows that they can “get in the zone” at least four or five times a day. When they are in the zone, they have no impairments, and the executive function deficits they may have had before entering the zone disappear. People with ADHD know that they are bright and clever, but they are never sure whether their abilities will show up when they need them. The fact that symptoms and impairments come and go throughout the day is the defining trait of ADHD. It makes the condition mystifying and frustrating.
ADHD  neurodivergent  tips  neurotypical 
9 days ago
The October 1944 edition of Fortune magazine carried an article by a corporate executive that makes for amazing reading today. It was written by William B. Benton — a co-founder of the Benton & Bowles ad agency — and an editor’s note explained that
The October 1944 edition of Fortune magazine carried an article by a corporate executive that makes for amazing reading today. It was written by William B. Benton — a co-founder of the Benton & Bowles ad agency — and an editor’s note explained that Benton was speaking not just for himself but on behalf of a major corporate lobbying group. The article then laid out a vision for American prosperity after World War II. At the time, almost nobody took postwar prosperity for granted. The world had just endured 15 years of depression and war. Many Americans were worried that the end of wartime production, combined with the return of job-seeking soldiers, would plunge the economy into a new slump. “Today victory is our purpose,” Benton wrote. “Tomorrow our goal will be jobs, peacetime production, high living standards and opportunity.” That goal, he wrote, depended on American businesses accepting “necessary and appropriate government regulation,” as well as labor unions. It depended on compa
wealth  business  capitalism  community  balance 
9 days ago
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