Monthly Archives: October 2008

Mind mapping as a tool to frame a problem

 Information Overload Is a Filter Problem by Stephen E. Arnold 1-Sentence Summary* "The final issue I have is that I don’t have an answer to this question: “When I don’t know what I need to answer my question, what do … Continue reading

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Information overload is a misnomer

Using “R&D” Projects to Stop Information Overload by Andre Kibbe 1-Sentence Summary* Anyone afflicted with information overload is preoccupied with information’s value rather than its relevance. But when you’re engaged in a research project, begin with the end in mind … Continue reading

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Autumn Colors in Gatinaeu Park

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It’s Not Information Overload. It’s Filter Failure.

Clay Shirky emphasizes that when we get too much information than the question that needs to be asked is: what filters do I need to stop unwanted information? At the recent Web 2.0 Expo Clay Shirky gave an insightful account … Continue reading

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