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Overload!: How Too Much Information is Hazardous to Your Organization by Jonathan B. Spira

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OVERLOAD STORIES: THE WEB SITE

This may be the last physical page of the book, but the story of Overload! does not end here. Overload Stories, the online companion to this book, continues its mission and provides a place where you can share your own experiences and stories about Information Overload.

Information Overload is an ongoing problem and, consequently, new challenges and solutions are cropping up every day, so join us at www.OverloadStories.com

Overload Stories continues the research and discussions begun in this book. In addition to being able to post your own stories about how Information Overload has impacted you, your organization, and your life, you will be able to read and comment on stories written by other knowledge workers from a wide variety of organizations and cultures.

In addition to providing feedback, I will present new case studies and research, host discussions, and expand the ideas that have been developed in this book.

Think of Overload Stories as a twenty-first century version of the nineteenth century literary salon, where people gathered to exchange ideas and learn from one another. By participating in Overload Stories, you will be part of a community that is not only concerned about the problem of Information Overload but is taking steps to lessen its impact.

Point your browser to www.OverloadStories.com and join the fight.

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