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Byline: Rueben Dudley
THE introduction of computers, satellites, Internet and allied technology or gadgetry has created information that has far surpassed human processing ability.
Information-overload, or "data-smog", is an overwhelming occupational, social and emotional problem.
The impact of information-overload is particularly apparent at the workplace.
More and more people spend their time at work sorting through emails, voice messages and web pages.
Their day is interrupted by phone calls and more incoming emails and faxes, not to mention the papers they have to get through and face-to-face information to be elicited or …