Monday, January 16, 2012 | Categories: Q Blog
Clay A. Johnson argues that if you feel like you're suffering from information overload, the real problem is probably your own bad habits. In his new book, The Information Diet, he makes the case for mindful media consumption.
He advocates a balanced information diet, including a variety of perspectives (not just the ones you agree with), raw information (not just highly processed articles from content farms) and local info (about issues you can actually affect).
Have a listen and share your own info dieting tips in the comments.