10 October 2007

GET ORGANIZED! A GUIDE FOR DEALING WITH INFORMATION OVERLOAD

Ellyssa Kroski [Columbia University, New York, New York, USA] has a wonderful post on iLibrarian listing articles on information overload, organization, and productivity. Here are the titles—check out the full post for the links.

Organization/Info Overload: 20 Great Tools to Keep Your Life Organized, Master Your Information Manifesto: 21 Tips to Deal with Info Overload, Eight steps to thriving on information overload, Key to Organization: The Habit of Now, Get your life back: Organise your brain, Get Organized: Keep All Your Information in One Place, Too Much Information: Take back your attention span

Productivity: Cut the Fat to Get to Lean Productivity, Get productive with the best Facebook Apps, 15 iGoogle Gadgets for Web Worker Productivity, 25 To Do Lists to Stay Productive


URL: http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2007/get-organized-
a-guide-for-dealing-with-information-overload/

(this one linked...go figure...)



1 comment:

Talking Books Librarian said...

One website that helps me stayed organized (or at least helps my bookmarks and favorites stay organized) is http://del.icio.us/

To those who don't already use it, I definitely recommend you check it out! You don't know what you're missing!