Living with ADHD in the age of information and social media | Theo Siggelakis | TEDxQuinnipiacU

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. A personal understanding of ADHD is an enlightening source of understanding what it is to live in a hyperlink-enriched world of information. Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and similar media create a highly multifaceted, multidirectional information environment well suited to the ADHD mind.

Theodore Siggelakis is a 2014 graduate of Quinnipiac University. Theo designed his own major in Public Policy Analysis, combining courses from English, Political Science, and Sociology. He has been active in Student Government at Quinnipiac University, has interned for multiple political campaigns and is now Campaign Manager for a state senate campaign in New Hampshire.

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