Thursday, December 29, 2005

Age of information overload

Interesting article from CNN:
Books are being scanned to make them searchable on the Internet. Television broadcasts are being recorded and archived for online posterity. Radio shows, too, are getting their digital conversion -- to podcasts.

With a few keystrokes, we'll soon be able to tap much of the world's knowledge. And we'll do it from nearly anywhere -- already, newer iPods can carry all your music, digital photos and such TV classics as "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" along with more contemporary prime-time fare.

Will all this instantly accessible information make us much smarter, or simply more stressed? When can we break to think, absorb and ponder all this data?
Read the full article .


At 5:02 pm, Blogger Hiren said...

You are right. Being a stock trader, I am bombarded with information and there is a difference between being knowledgeable and being intelligent.


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