Category Archives: Too Much Information

The Paradox of Digital Information




I liked this thought…..






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Quote(s) of the Week




“Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?” – T.S. Eliot. (and that was before Facebook and Twitter).






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Information overload




                  True or false? (I found this on my desktop. No idea where its from I’m afraid). I suspect it’s a little more nuanced than the chart suggests.






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Too Much Information




If anyone (I’m thinking of Giles) is wondering why it’s taking me so long to respond to emails this is partly the reason – a rather large reading pile. This is partly the result of summer holidays and partly a … Continue reading






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Switching off




                  Seems that the world has finally caught up with the idea that we are becoming too connected and that a little disconnection from time to time would be a good thing. … Continue reading






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Information anxiety




Feeling anxious today? The reason could be a surfeit of information and the long-term consequences could include critical errors. A study conducted by Angela Dimoka, director of the Center for Neural Decision Making at Temple University (US) has found that … Continue reading






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Why getting staff to do nothing can be good business




Here I am again, this time on Qantas QF31 from Singapore to London listening to Jeff Buckley (Grace) whilst looking out of the window at a marmalade sunset disappearing beneath a froth of white cloud. My information purging experiment has … Continue reading






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