From The Telegraph (UK): A new survey comissioned by work management firm Mindjet has revealed that on average British workers receive 36 emails in their inbox every day. It reveals that even this seemingly small number of emails are leaving employees overwhelmed. The average worker spends over 21 minutes a day searching for information they […]
Report From Paper to Persona — Managing Privacy and Information Overload; Sustaining Journalism in the Attention Age
From Paper to Persona — Managing Privacy and Information Overload; Sustaining Journalism in the Attention Age by Bill Densmore, Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute (University of Missouri School of Journalism) “From Paper to Persona: Managing Privacy and Information Overload; Sustaining Journalism in an Attention Age,” explains how a new public-benefit collaboration could help slow the […]
New White Paper from Annual Reviews: "The Role of the Critical Review Article in Alleviating Information Overload"
Brief Overview from Annual Reviews Web Site: The paper draws on a survey of early-career researchers to examine their approach to academic literature, such as how and why they read it, how much time they dedicate to it, what informs their reading choices, and how they assess quality. One-on-one interviews were then conducted with a […]