Category Archives: Learning

We Cannot Have Too Much Information

  We are used to looking at information in a linear way. Typically when we read web pages and documents we are like hunters trying to spot the most valuable information that is hidden in the text.   Our mind … Continue reading

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Because the Internet is made of content…

  There is lots of content on the Internet. The Internet is made of publishers.   And everybody knows how to publish: blogs, portals, newspapers, books, magazines, on line conversations…    So here is a practical question: is content strategy about publishing … Continue reading

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A summary is worth a thousand of words

  A summary is a shortened version of the original. The main purpose of such a simplification is to highlight the major points from the genuine (much longer) subject, e.g. a text, a film or an event. The aim is to … Continue reading

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Increase personal productivity with Context Organizer

  Individuals using Context Organizer software have found a way to dramatically reduce information overload by summarizing the web pages, emails, and documents they are reading.    The time wasted on searching, retrieving and analyzing information adds an often unexpected … Continue reading

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The Context Organizer Method

Context Organizer’s power to visualize critical information is akin to creating on the spot maps to help you effortlessly navigate through web pages.  In an instant, large amounts of information are simplified and reduced to the most essential storyline, which is … Continue reading

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