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Stowe Boyd blogs about whether we’re faced with information overload, and that the answer depends on how you approach information — focus or flow. He makes the case that if you try to focus too much you’ll feel overloaded, but if you approach information as a constant stream you can quickly learn to ignore what’s not important, and the information that’s critical to your work will make its way to you.
It’s nice to see this because I’ve been describing the wiki as a tool that changes information from the notion of objects (emails, documents, files, folders, etc.) to flow. The wiki page is a place you go to see and contribute to the information on a topic. The advantage of a flow is you’re less likely to be “hit

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