One morning I awoke with pain in my neck.
I shrugged it off, reasoning that it was likely just a short-term kink.
The next morning I awoke with a similar pain.
Again, I engaged my habitual response to discomfort and thought little of it.
This pattern continued, but after a week there was worry that something was wrong, and the worry was strong enough to call me to action.
The first thing I did was Google “Neck Pain.” Continue reading Pain in the neck
More new information has been produced in the last 30 years than in the previous 5,000 combined.
That comes from Information Anxiety…which was written in 1989.
More recently, a 2009 study released by UC San Diego stated that the average American consumes 100,000 words of information per day. This post is near 1,000 words, so that’s equivalent to reading every word of this, over 100 times, every day. I appreciate your interest in my writing but that’s a bit much! This bombardment of information (even if we enjoy most of it) has some severe implications; for many it contributes to a feeling of constantly being overloaded.
Above are some books Continue reading Too busy? Try asking 4 questions