There's a research group on information overload?

Imagine my surprise to see Andrew McAfee mention the newly-formed IORG - Information Overload Research Group.

We work together to build awareness of the world's greatest challenge to productivity, conduct research, help define best practices, contribute to the creation of solutions, share information and resources, offer guidance and facilitation, and help make the business case for fighting information overload.

Given the resources, these are people doing research on the topics of information overload, email overload, distraction & interruptions, and other related topics.  I've mentioned a number of them in various commentaries on CACM articles.

Can someone let me know when they start their blog? (It's coming soon.)

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Nicolas said:

I dont know when they will start their blog, but for your interest I've launched a blog entirely devoted to information overload as well - comments are always welcome. Nicolas

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