Reducing Information Pollution

Information overload is dumbing us down

Source: Bendigo Advisor
Author: Wayne Gregson
Date: 02/04/2016
Excerpt: I am increasingly worried the non-stop voracious appetite of news networks means most things are reduced to mere snap-shots which carry little information, context, subtlety or spelling. For example, National Press Club televised presentations are more often than not broadcast in full. But it is disappointingly amazing how often, after watching a full and thoughtful speech on, say, Australia’s position on gender equality, the news bulletins will later carry reports of the speech.
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