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What’s Up With The Goldfish?

According to a study done in 2000, humans had an attention span of 12 seconds—only 33% longer than a goldfish at 9 seconds. That was 20 years ago. Recently, Microsoft announced that the average person’s attention span is now less than a goldfish at a mere 8 seconds.


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