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May 12, 2010

A new study shows caffeine is more effective than placebo in reducing errors and improving cognitive performance. It also lowers errors better than a nap.
In other news, duh, and tell that intern to get me a mocha-frappa-carmel-latte-iced-machiccino. This sounds like a Dilbert cartoon. When pointy-haired boss accuses Wally of not doing any work and just sitting there drinking coffee, Wally can quip he is reducing errors.
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