Monthly Archives: July 2008

Information Overload Research Group Launches Its First Conference

"Information Overload Research Group Launches with Conference in New York" 1-Sentence Summary* The Information Overload Research Group (IORG), an industry and academic consortium dedicated to reducing information pollution, is to hold its inaugural event, a one-day conference on information overload … Continue reading

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Some definitions of “Information Overload”

The term "information overload" was coined by Alvin Toffler in his book Future Shock (1970). Here are some definitions: Source: Wikipedia Information overload refers to the state of having too much information to make a decision or remain informed about … Continue reading

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Common sense knowledge management advice

"The Writing Organization: Knowledge Management Made Easy" By: Tim Leberecht  1-Sentence Summary* Depending on their role, employees can blog about customer experiences, sales tactics, strategy, product improvements, organizational design, competitors, market trends, and even gossip." Isn’t this obvious? And yet … Continue reading

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