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Embrace the 'human moment' at work

By Penelope Trunk
March 19, 2006

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There is lots of chatter and philosophizing about information overload, but it seems to apply mostly to baby boomers. Young workers are comfortable with a deluge of information. For them, filtering huge amounts of information is intuitive and the notion of information overload just doesn't exist, according to Ashley J. Swartz, the president of Eicko Media, a new-media marketing firm. ... (Full article: 855 words)

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