“Too much information kills information,” Alphabulk wrote in an entertaining recent report. “An excess of information can lead to ‘analysis paralysis’, which is a behaviour exhibited by those people who will always wait for another piece of information in order to make a better decision!
The problem is, there is always another piece of information around the corner. Couple this with the fact that the human memory is skewed toward the recent past at the expense of the more distan...
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