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The Role of Contextual Clues in the Creation of Information Overload

@article{Kimble2005TheRO,
  title={The Role of Contextual Clues in the Creation of Information Overload},
  author={C. Kimble and P. Hildreth and D. Grimshaw},
  journal={Game Theory and Information},
  year={2005}
}
There has been an explosion of new forms of communications media for interpersonal communication. There is anecdotal evidence of people suffering from 'information overload' as a result of these developments. This paper presents the results from, and analysis of, a case study of a perceived problem of information overload from e-mail in a large international organization: Watson Wyatt Partners. The research took two approaches to exploring the problem. The first was a survey of 1500 members of… Expand
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