Posts Tagged 'research'

Call to Action: We Need a Benchmark of Email Classifier Performance!

Posted on December 10th, 2014 · Posted in Analysis and Opinion, Individual Solutions, Organizational Solutions

A vibrant menagerie of email classifiers If you look through  my Definitive Guide to Information Overload Solutions you will see an entire chapter dedicated to automation of incoming email classification – that is, software solutions that classify incoming messages by a variety of attributes to achieve two main goals: prioritize messages that are important to the recipient over those who are not, and aggregate messages into groups of a common nature. These solutions form a collection which is a wonder to behold. They define the outcome of message classification from a great many angles, including: Prioritizing messages by the assessed.. Read more

IORG announces Info Overload Resource Center!

Posted on July 25th, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized

The Information Overload Research Group has released today its Information Overload Resource Center. This is a crowd-sourced repository of articles and research related to Information Overload which is available at You are invited help us build up this repository of IO links.  Go to the above URL, register and submit your share to this communal work in progress! We need links to articles and resources about Information Overload and related issues such as interruptions, multitasking, attention management, and similar information management challenges. We were guided by three principles in creating the resource center: Anyone may contribute pointers to relevant.. Read more