Do we crave too much information?

12/9/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

No one really cares about information overload or people would do more to curtail it, such as turning off their BlackBerries or restructuring their e-mail folders, Tom Davenport writes. "Every new communication offers the frisson of a possible life-changing information event, though it seldom delivers on the promise," he writes.

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