Taming the Information Cacophony

Taming the Information Cacophony
Dan Gould
  • 6 november 2008

The TED blog points us to a discussion going on about information overload, its effects, and how to manage it. Samuel Jones has some interesting comments on James Surowiecki’s recent New Yorker article. Jones feels that the problem might not be too much info (as Surowiecki believes), but too few ways to frame it and understand it. Both authors offer good input on this timely and important topic.

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