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    David Levy on Information Overload

    INFO THEORY: David Levy, a professor at the University of Washington iSchool (UW iSchool == my school) talks about information overload on NPR's Talk of the Nation. Professor Levy talks about his cool idea of having a technology sabbath: one day a week that he avoids technology. (He didn't specify how far he takes this: no computer? no phone? no IM?)

    Windows Media (barf) and Real Media (barf*2) streams are available here on Talk of the Nation's website.

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