Managing Information Overload

It seems a day doesn’t pass without hearing about another newspaper or periodical having financial troubles or going under. Clearly, it’s not that there’s a shortage of news (and please, if I hear about Ashton Kutcher and his Tweets one more time, well, I don’t know what I’ll do).

What’s happening isn’t a decline in the news, but a revolution in how information is being disseminated. Keeping up with infor

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