We live in a unique time; our almost instant globalÂ communications network is enough to impress anyone; but can all the knowledge it contains be a bad thing?Â In our time of the internet, both the growth of information and the ability to access that information is also increasing at an exponential rate. The vast amount of accessible knowledge overwhelms even the most capable person, especially about all the bad news we receive. It looms subconciously in our minds, while we try and forget.
We must make more and more daily choices than ever before.Â For a start, think of all the options on all your personal electronic devices. Customisable features such as screen savers, ring tones, fonts &Â sizes,Â printer & graphics settings, software programs. The list is endless.
Which e-mails to delete? Why? What to buy and sell. Where? Who should I meet? When? What information should I try do I avoid, and what information should I attempt to seek out? How do I do that?Â And ultimately: What choices do I choose to make? What do I do with my life now?