My attention span has never been on point - in school as well - unless I'm very, very, very into something.
Children from like 8 and even up to the college age - Spider-Man appeals to a fairly broad demographic but, like I said, a mean age probably of 12 is a good mark - they process information so quickly and it's not because of attention deficit or short attention span.
I have a very short attention span.
I'm the perfect kind of personality for making YouTube videos. I deal in short attention span theater. I do wild things.
I don't go on the Internet. I never go on the Internet. I don't go on Twitter. I'm not on Facebook. I've seen friends go into dark, dark holes of sadness because of that. Frankly, I don't have the time or the attention span for it.
I don't have the attention span to practice sleight of hand.
I'm a product of the 1970s, so I have a short attention span. You know, I grew up on cartoons and half-hour shows. So the stories that I'm interested in grab my attention very quickly, and they have to keep my attention.
A fellow with the inventiveness of Albert Einstein but with the attention span of Daffy Duck.
I can sketch up a storm, and I'm very involved in how clothes are constructed, but I have a short attention span.
The attention span of children may be one of the main reasons why an immersion in on-screen reading is so engaging, and it may also be why digital reading may ultimately prove antithetical to the long-in-development, reflective nature of the expert reading brain as we know it.
I have a very short attention span, which is funny. I mean, you'd watch me and think that I don't, but I actually do.
I don't have a good attention span and can't spend long in record stores or video shops or games emporiums without getting grumpy.
I'm not really one for reading books. I have a very poor attention span. I'd rather listen to music, play games or watch films on my iPad.
I don't have a background in music... and I have a short attention span. If you put me in the studio every day, I'm gonna get lost.
I have a very short attention span, so sitting down with a book is very difficult for me.
The first thing you learn when you're blogging is that people are one click away from leaving you. So you've got to get to the point, you can't waste people's time, you've got to give them some value for their limited attention span.
Pat Moynihan could write books with one hand and legislate with the other. I can't; I have a short attention span. The slightest distraction would take me away from writing.
My attention span is very limited, and I watch just one or two movies a year.
I came to Hollywood to write and found out I don't have the attention span.
I'm not a great reader, believe it or not. It's not the vocabulary - my father made me read the dictionary when I was little - but my attention span is poor. Takes me months to read one book.