Reducing Information Pollution

Is Less Information More?

May 30, 2018 | Posted By mbaloney

Nick Ingram (July 2016) states the known: more signal, less noise. http://clearthinking.co/overcome-information-overload-tuning-signal-noise-ratio/ He also proposes that old information “stands the test of time”  is more useful than new information. Yet isn’t new information more actionable? This proposal plus reducing social media input certainly could help reduce IO; yet current, relevant inputs should not be disregarded. His website http://clearthinking.co/ does have some interesting and valuable resources to browse. MartyB #IORGforum

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