How Fast is Your Reaction Time?

How fast is Your Reaction Time?

I am sure most of you have read the news earlier this month on how blogging are seriously affecting the health of bloggers, most notably to tech bloggers. People died because of blogging. As a blogger, we must know when to blog and when to rest. When we feel tired, that the time to take a rest, have a cup of tea or coffee. The problem is bloggers have no idea when to rest. Therefore, I recommend you to play this game, Sheep Dash, purposely to test your reaction time. Is this related? Yes, of course!

Here is an excerpt from BBC Science & Nature Website

Tiredness can affect your reaction times. See how alert you are with this game and test the impact of a cup of tea or coffee on your performance.

Game Instruction

In this game, you need to click on tranquilizer button whenever you see a sheep leaving the flock and running for freedom. There are 5 sheep to stop.

Let see how alert you are. Based on your reaction time, you will be rated – are you a sluggish snail or a ambling armadillo or a bobbing rabbit or a rocketing rabbit or a turbo-charged cheetah?

My reaction time

Me? Well, I am a rocketing rabbit! :D I have a good reaction time, so that means that I am not really tired blogging. If you are rated as sluggish snail or ambling armadillo, you should take some rest. Don’t blog too hard though. :D

How is your reaction time?

Do share with me. Let see who can beat my reaction time. :D

Play Sheep Dash Now

P.S. : No sheep were harmed in the making of this game.

Steve Yu is a technology blogger with five years blogging experience (since 2007). He is the founder of MyTechQuest.com.

4 Comments

  1. Deimos Tel`Arin

    April 29, 2008 at 2:11 pm

    Bloody sheeps run real fast. O_O

    My average is 0.2302 seconds

    I am a Bobbing bobcat! -_-

  2. Steve Yu

    May 1, 2008 at 2:48 am

    Deimos > Hehe… I am still the fastest around.

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  4. incontext

    March 16, 2011 at 5:15 am

    0.1156 From Hungary

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