The flood of information that swamps your job daily seems to produce more pain than gain.
It’s not just amount of of e-mail messages that cause you grief. It's also the vast ocean of information that invite you to go out and explore in order to keep up in your job.
Researches suggests that the surging volume of available information—and its interruption of people’s work—can adversely affect not only personal well-being but also decision making, innovation, and productivity.
People took an average of nearly 25 minutes to return to a work task after an e-mail interruption. That’s bad news for business.
Innovative tools and techniques promise relief for those of us struggling with information inundation. Some are technological solutions. Others prevent people from drowning by getting them to change the way they behave and think...
The fact that anyone can be an editor today is a kind of curse?
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