Tag Archives: information anxiety

The Paradox of Choice, again

Decisions! The paradox of choice!  I already wrote this blog… on June 19. Here it is, three months later, and we are just now moving forward in a significant way with the project. Please read my earlier blog… it is … Continue reading

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Memorable Moments

9/11. Unfortunately we all have the images of this terrible day seared into our memories. Where were you when you heard the news? How did it affect you that day…and after… and now? My daughter-in-law heard about it on the … Continue reading

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Media Literacy and Information

Information anxiety… in all its different manifestations… is enormously important. We are often overwhelmed by too much information, but there are other problems as well. What if we cannot access the information that we need (as in censorship), or the … Continue reading

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‘Tis Folly To Be Wise

A few weeks ago in Elliot Lake, on a Saturday quite like this one,  a shopping mall roof collapsed.   Read the summary in The National Post! Other communities have had worse disasters, much worse disasters.  But as the Elliot … Continue reading

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Information Anxiety

In 19/20/ 21  I blogged about World Population Day and about the way overpopulation and the prospects of global warming particularly affect the world’s largest cities. The slide show I used was attributed to Richard Saul Wurman, founder of TED, … Continue reading

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