Friday, November 24, 2006

Information unload

Major holidays--Thanksgiving, Christmas--offer small miracles: almost no email coming in. Even the WPA list has slowed to less than a trickle.

I love email. I love the information that circulates and is available at a few clicks of the mouse. But on days when it slows to almost nothing, I begin to appreciate how much clutter it brings, too. Brain clutter, I mean. Emotional heaviness.

All the more reason to find ways to manage--filters and organizing systems. I need to keep *that* in mind.

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