The way we get our news and gather information is changing at a pace we have never seen before.
There are now so many ways to get up-to-date on what is happening locally, nationally and internationally it would take a while to list them and far too long to digest them all. It is also a list that continues to grow by the day.
From 24-hour television news to the continued rise of Internet use, we can have a bewildering array of news and information sources available to us 24/7 with a flick of a TV remote or click of a mouse. We have the world at our fingertips.
It has led some to complain of information overload, but such claims miss a vital point.
We have the best possible filter available to us – we get to decide whether we access this information or not.
The opportunity to find … [Read More]