"Here is the full table of contents in ADD-friendly format (that is, video)." I feel like I'm being spoken directly to
@hierarchon I guess each person is different. I find I can eat thru tons of content by setting the speed to 2x
@hierarchon yeah it's not great since it's linear. I find it's helpful to learn something completely new to me because a good presenter will walk though things in a clear way. to get a specific piece of information, however, I can see that searching for the relevant paragraph is more useful
exactly the opposite of my experience. Give us a paragraph or two of text, it's a lot easier to focus on than a video. Especially a *voiced* video.
I guess we just take slight annoyance with calling it "ADD-Friendly" when... it isn't. not for a lot of us.
@lanodan don't let this invalidate you! there's a couple of people in the replies who also have ADHD saying this is not a universal experience. it might just be me
@SuricrasiaOnline also worth noting that not all “adhd things” are experienced by all ppl with adhd. adhd reacts lots with other brain/body stuff going on ime
@SuricrasiaOnline idk I def prefer video to walls of text (assuming that's the alternatives being discussed) although my auditory processing is funky so I need subtitles, but also 2x speed helps me focus better (but I need subtitles more for that), it's like layers upon layers for me lmao