Finally a cure for information overload

by Volker Weber

Don't we all suffer from information overload? Email, instant messages, RSS feeds, newspapers, adverts, etc. Thanks to Dave Delay, I have finally found a cure. Everybody should read this interesting paper.


yes, interesting paper - and quit difficult to find ... :-)

Wolfgang Schmidetzki, 2006-05-02

For blondes only...

Armin Grewe, 2006-05-02

Armin has it, this solution is best suited to blondes.

Carl Tyler, 2006-05-02

Time and again... ;)

Sascha Carlin, 2006-05-02

Welcome to 2006 Chain Letters. Are spitwads and passing notes in class the next big thing?

Andrew Pollack, 2006-05-02

No. But maybe having fun is finally allowed again ;)

Stefan Rubner, 2006-05-02

Well, after finding another link on the page you linked to, I started to be suspicious. You normally link to the content directly. Another layer down, finding almost the same wording on each page, I knew this was another instance of the blonde joke we had not too long ago.

Lessons learned:
- If vowe speaks about content and links to someone who speaks about the content and links to someone, be VERY suspicious. You're most likely being fooled.
- If the wording of all those "speaking about content" starts to repeat (no matter whether vowe is involved or not), stop immediately, you're being fooled.

Ragnar Schierholz, 2006-05-02

Ragnar, so my comment didn't give the game away?

Armin Grewe, 2006-05-02

I'd suffer from information overload, too, if I had all my contact details published on my website. :-P

Philipp Sury, 2006-05-02

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