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Google Reader, please don’t go – I need you to do my job

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How we read, not what we read, may be contributing to our information overload

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6 Ways to Manage information Overload

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Turning Information Overload Into Knowledge

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Having Information vs. Being Informed

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Dealing with Information Overload

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Being Wired or Being Tired: 10 Ways to Cope with Information Overload

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How Can We Cope with Information Overload?

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Two Tips to Avoid Information Overload on the Internet

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How You Handle the Information Overload Is Up to You

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Author: Louis Gray
Date: April 1, 2008

This morning, AideRSS introduced an interesting tool that lets you filter your RSS feeds in Google Reader, flagging only those which have been deemed most important, thanks to criteria you set.

The concept behind a filter like this is to help you tackle information overload by showing a subset of your feeds, highlighting only those which have gained attention by others, through AideRSS’ unique approach, tabulating total number of comments, links, Google links, Diggs, etc.


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