Social Media Information Overload

Social media sites are responsible for us getting any news delivered to us as-it-happens. It makes us close to any part of the world. It makes us personal journalists: You have access to the details on any details, opinions and perspectives.

Yet, it also makes us deaf: There’s no way you can now pay proper attention to each piece news; There’s no way your friends’ important events and accomplishments now get the proper attention it deserves.

This infographic courtesy of Social Media Implications visualizes the information overload and productivity issues we have to deal with:

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