As I was getting back into exercising at the gym this morning, I listened to David Warlick’s latest podcast (August 24). While at the NECC conference in July, he interviewed one of the representatives from Lulu, the self-publishing company. As David explains in the podcast, he has sold many of his books through Lulu. The person he interviewed said they are now seeing 5000 new published materials per week. I’m not sure if that means books or articles or a picture or what. Any way you look at it, this is a lot of information being put all in one place! As the speaker said, this is 20,000 new things being uploaded per week. A lot of people have a lot of stuff to say! Talk about information overload!
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