Do You Need A Break From Your Information?

from the data-free-zones dept

For many people, it appears that information overload is a polluting factor that does more damage than good. A group of people are now recommending "information environmentalism" to help you rid yourself of the information onslaught for at least some period of time in your life. They want people to learn how to turn off their mobile phones, pagers, computers, TVs and other random connected gadgets and enjoy the information-free zone every once in a while.

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    Nick Miners, May 10th, 2004 @ 5:27am

    Information overload

    A very good point, but... how ironic that I should read this entry on a blog!


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    thecaptain, May 10th, 2004 @ 6:20am

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    "enjoy an information-free zone"

    So these guys are tv-execs who want you to tune into the latest reality-tv shows?


    hehe :)


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