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A new study finds that the use of computers and Facebook are more associated with information overload than the use of television and iPhones.
“You can be the sole owner of a Jackson Pollock or a Blue Mauritius but not of a piece of information — not for long, anyway.”
Plus: Google grabs a phone company, a look at Reddit-at-journalism, a stab at explaining AOL’s struggles, and top tips for journalism students. Mark Coddington
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