Tuesday, November 24, 2009


"I" Overload

Information overload and interruption overload thresholds seem to be inversely related. The more information coming in, the less interruption can be tolerated. The more interruption occurring, the less information can be absorbed. The convergence of these thresholds is half of the communications equation. When observing a person's communications stream, a marked decrease in outgoing could indicate that the person's incoming thresholds are approaching.


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