What happens to us as we stand in a storm of information?
The information overflow is steadily increasing. We are bombarded by information from countless channels – newspapers, TV, radio, billboards, Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, sms, Linkedin, Google+, Diaspora, Trello, e-mail lists, forums, face to face conversations, phone, phone apps, blogs…
With such a massive amount of data, how do we cope? How do we sort? How do we sift? What to trust, and what to ditch?
On February 16th, I will be holding the opening speech at the CIO forum in Oslo. And with people like you reading my blog, I would be stupid not to ask for your views.
I am not simply looking for how you think we should handle massive data, but also what it does to an individual, to our society.
Gimme your take on the human aspect of the information overflow.
Update: My post after the talk.