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By Nathaniel DavisPublished: February 6, 2012
“The rapid rate at which people and organizations create and propagate information complicates our getting a grip on information overload….”
The one thing we know about information overload on the Web is that we don’t know enough. The rapid rate at which people and organizations create and propagate information complicates our getting a grip on information overload in the domain of information techno...
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Seth Godin has written an interesting observation about a common experience of hospitals in a piece titled Pre-Digital:
A brief visit to the emergency room last month reminded me of what an organization that’s pre-digital is like. Six people doing bureaucratic tasks and screening that are artifacts of a paper universe, all in the service of one doctor (and the need to get paid and not get sued). A 90-minute experience so we could see a doctor fo...
Reminds me of the ballet of paperwork done when I move money from my business account to a personal account. I supply four pieces of information - source and destination accounts, an amount, and my ID - and somehow this turns into ten minutes' work.
“Nordstrom Rules: Rule #1: Use best judgment in all situations. There will be no additional rules.” - Thanks to Dave Gray for pointing this out to me during a conversation about service. This is the best and most simple rule for any person in a service position. If the police, TSA, and others used a guideline like this we would all be much better off. It really relates to a great post by Lukas Neville about autonomy and being a decent human being...