Reducing Information Pollution

Email and the Polycom…

November 10, 2008 | Posted By Nathan Zeldes

We all know those meetings where everyone is “doing email”; we know that this affects the attendees’ hearing – nobody listens. But there are cases where it also affects their speech, as transmitted to other attendees in a different location.

To see how, check this post on Commonsense Design, my other blog.

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