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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Are we in an age of too much information?

Can we even know the difference between truth and lie, fact and fabrication, valid and invalid? How much can we read, watch and listen to?

And if we ignore the news, current events and issues that impact our lives, can we (our kids and grandkids) pay the price for our own apathy or ignorance?

What can we do to cut through the clutter?

How can we become informed citizens?

How can we do so while staying sane?

Any ideas?


Anonymous said...

I don't believe there would be quite as much information overload and the world would get along just fine if we were not informed of every celebrities every move.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe we would have such an information overload if news sources would stop talking or showing everytime a celebrity hiccups.

S. Hayes

Jason S. said...

I would have to say we are not being overloaded with information. Vast majority of it is garbage. Personallly I don't think the information is too much to handle, simple there is too much to sift through.