Multitasking is the order of the day. At the office, in the grocery store, even watching TV, most of us are trying to do multiple things at a time. Who excels at multitasking? Does anyone? Are we all just less efficient and more distracted, or are some of us using our skills and preferences to improve our job performance and get a lot more done? New research on the dual dimensions of multitasking seeks to answer these questions.