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Josef Oehmen and Fukushima – Would I have believed myself? « BraveNewClimate
"Would I have believed myself if I came across that blog and had no prior knowledge of nuclear physics and engineering? Or asked another way: How do you judge the quality of TV, radio, print and internet news reporting on topics that you are only superficially familiar with?

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media  internet  information  belief  trust  online  information-use  nuclear  crisis  country(Japan) 
april 2011 by tsuomela
Slate Magazine - Seeking
by Emily Yoffe. Summary of research by Jaak Panskeep and Kent Berridge into our desire for additional information. Speculates this desire is akin to addiction systems. "How the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting. And why that's dangerous."
psychology  neuroscience  mental  technology  information  addiction  behavior  seeking  information-overload  information-use  brain  neurology 
august 2009 by tsuomela
EIU.com - The digital company 2013 - Economist Intelligence Unit
Realising the benefits of such expanded collaboration in 2013 will require business leaders to come to terms with autonomy: for employees, in how they access information and spend their work time
business  future  information-use 
october 2008 by tsuomela
/Message: The Now Web: Not Now, Or Not Yet?
For lack of a better phrase, I'll call it the "alienation" of social media. To integrate social media into your daily life you need to project yourself into it. You need to be able to live in a kind of time that's very different from the time of the everyday. You need to be able to pay attention without bankrupting your focus and concentration, need to be able to sustain high levels of availability to a world that's neither "here" nor "there," again, without dissociating from the here and now.
social-media  lifestream  psychology  age  information-use 
october 2008 by tsuomela
nsf.gov - News - Research Publications Online: Too Much of A Good Thing? - US National Science Foundation (NSF)
Scholars also seemed to concentrate their citations more on specific journals and articles. "More is available," Evans said, "but less is sampled, and what is sampled is more recent and located in the most prominent journals."
academic  research  sociology  culture  publishing  information-overload  information-use 
july 2008 by tsuomela
Architectures of Control :: Architectures of Control | Design with Intent
Welcome to Design with Intent

How do people use products, systems and environments? How can designers influence interaction? How can we design for sustainable behaviour?
weblog-individual  design  information-architecture  information-use  usability 
june 2008 by tsuomela
Dave Gray » Q-tools: An approach for discovery and knowledge work
The list below attempts to define a set of “Q-tools” that may be used to generate, sort, classify and perform operations on information. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list, but more of a starting point for discussion.
patterns  thinking  information-use  thinking-patterns  knowledge-management  knowledge 
june 2008 by tsuomela
Cognitive Edge
Beyond Nostradamus, 7 points on knowledge management in response to Project on National Security Reform Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cognitive-edge.com%2Fblogs%2Fdave%2F2008%2F05%2Fbeyond_nostradamus.php
knowledge-management  information  information-use 
june 2008 by tsuomela

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