The Mythology of Information Overload

  title={The Mythology of Information Overload},
  author={Tonyia J. Tidline},
  journal={Library Trends},
LIBRARY SCIENCE WORK has often focused on the study AND INFORMATION of solutions to the effects of information overload. For this reason, and because the concept is frequently identified as a problem in popular culture, it is logical to assume that the existence and description of information overload has been documented through rigorous investigation. Such is not the case. This article looks at the functions of myth and brings together ideas about the information society, information, and… CONTINUE READING
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