Is There Such a Thing As Information Overload?

Abstract: Using Wikipedia, Abram defines “information overload” and notes the causes and impact on enterprise of the problem of having too much information in this knowledge economy. He then lists the skills and strategies of librarians that would add value in this area:

As we may think and A brief history of the internet

I believe that Vannevar Bush's ideals have been advanced by the emergence of the internet, but not yet achieved.  Bush's broadest dream is that of "scientists, burying their old professional competition in the demand of a common that knowledge evolves and endures throughout the life of a race rather than that of an individual" (Bush, 1945).

The Perfect Loaf - a Bread Machine Recipe

I finally got the top of my perfect loaf of whole grain, nutty bread to stop falling at the top. Here is the successful recipe:

War, Politics, and Religion: Powerful Reflection on Contemporary Themes at Shakespeare Tavern (Review)

I couldn't resist spreading the news of the Atlanta premier of Shakespeare's "King John" at The New American Shakespeare Tavern. I went to see it this past weekend, mostly because I didn't think I'd ever get the chance to see this play live, but came away MARVELING at its power.

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