Better Mental Organization May Reduce Information Overload

Daniel Levitan’s book: The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload (Dutton/Penguin 2014) describes in Chapters 2 & 3 how the mental processes for encoding, organizing and retrieving accepted information can increase or decrease your cognitive load for information processing.

The content is more than replacing a formal taxonomy with your personal folksonomy.

Fascinating read.

Marty B. #IORGforum

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