As we expect more from technology, do we expect less from each other? Sherry Turkle studies how our devices and online personas are redefining human connection and communication — and asks us to think deeply about the new kinds of connection we want to have.
Do you sometimes feel like your being overwhelmed with too much information?
Smart phones, texting, the internet, your kids, spouse and family might all contribute to information overload. Life used to be much less complicated. But what you may not know is our brain is capable of meeting the demands of today’s complex society, without experiencing exhaustive stress.
As Dr. William Lambos explains, it’s just a matter of retraining your brain.
Sarah Miner interviews David Ryan Polgar about Information Overload. Polgar is the author of Wisdom in the Age of Twitter.
Information Overload: Interview with David Ryan Polgar
A short discussion about ways to find a balance with our information consumption in order to maximize our creativity and productivity.
Think you’re a good multitasker? Know someone who thinks they are? Here’s your chance to put your skills to this test! In this video, Dave Crenshaw walks you through the multitasking exercise he shares in his live keynote speeches and workshops.
Information has become so abundant and so cheap that, like food, many of us consume too much of it. And what we consume isn’t always the best around.
In “The Information Diet,” author Clay Johnson lays out the case for conscious consumption.