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Tips for Consuming Information

Brett Bonfield in Library Journal, 10/15/2007 guides readers through a toolkit of software and sites to help control the flow of information into your life:

If you're just going to take one step, I recommend getting to know Firefox. Your browser should be your most used application. Still, the tools and techniques I cite might not be right for everyone. They're intended mostly to illustrate ways we can save time without sacrificing our security, privacy, or the option to change our minds. They also follow our core principles, are complementary rather than interdependent, and are simple, familiar, and comfortably within our budget.

Read the whole article at: http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6490645.html


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