Clay Johnson, author of The Information Diet, says you can't rely on "the media" or the internet to control your information consumption. Here he suggests a few pieces of software that have helped him to regulate his own information diet.
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Directed / Produced by
Jonathan Fowler & Elizabeth Rodd
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