Information overload is a harsh reality for all of us. How do we find what we are looking for amongst the ever growing mass of information? How do we filter out the junk and get to the stuff we really need/want to see. Even if we do at times successfully filter the information around us down to the really important stuff, we still find it to be an overwhelming amount.
In a short 15 minute documentary titled Web 3.0 NYU Journalism/Psychology major Kate Ray explores the future of this information explosion. Ray’s documentary is not an earth shattering piece of work, but it is definitely worth your 15 minutes. Check out the video after the break.
(via singularityhub)