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The addition of Newsweek that is currently on newsstands featured in the image above has an insightful article regarding the science of information overload and its subsequent results which are beginning to surface as a result of the new social media frenzy.
While conducting research, I have learned that this article is actually a follow up to a previous one which describes in detail some of the noticeable effects.
I Canâ€™t Think!
The Twitterization of our culture has revolutionized our lives, but with an unintended consequenceâ€”our overloaded brains freeze when we have to make decisions.
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There is plenty of content found within the walls of this online publication regarding this subject of discussion, and while searching for the Newsweek article to read in an online format, I discovered something even more valuable, which is an accurate business model description for PimpHop.com Lifestyle Magazine provided by Newsweek.com, one of the most credible names in the world of mega media.
Tina Brown - Head Editor For Newsweek/The Daily Beast Joint Venture
A New Newsweek
Itâ€™s not just another week for this magazine. Itâ€™s a new dayâ€”and, we hope, a new era.
Weâ€™ve all heard the argument that a weekly newsmagazine has no role in todayâ€™s relentless, 24/7 news culture, in which digital blizzards of information come at us at blinding speed. In fact, I was one of the people making that argument when IACâ€™s chairman, Barry Diller, invited me in 2007 to found a news and opinion website that became THE DAILY BEAST, which, in a new joint venture, has allied with NEWSWEEK as brother and sister in cyberspace and in print. NEWSWEEK is now doubly lucky to have Mr. Diller partner with Dr. Harman in business leadership.
Ironically, it was living in THE DAILY BEASTâ€™s fast and furious news cycle for the past two years that revealed to me what a newsmagazine can bring to the table when itâ€™s no longer chasing yesterdayâ€™s story. Itâ€™s about filling the gaps left when a story has seemingly passed, or resetting the agenda, or coming up with an insight or synthesis that connects the crackling, confusing digital dots. NEWSWEEKâ€™s cover story last weekâ€”â€œBrain Freezeâ€â€”made the point exactly: a surfeit of information seizes up the ability to process it. What a magazine can offer readers is a path to understanding, a filter to sift out whatâ€™s important, a pause to learn things that the Web has no time to explain, a tool to go back over the things we think we know but canâ€™t make sense of. A magazine allows the reader to play in a different key
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In closing once again, it appears that we have a job to do, which by doing also creates jobs for others.
A different perspective to consider.