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NASA's Discovery: Too Much Information?

By Tom Steinert-Threlkeld  |  Posted 07-27-2005 Print
NASA pointed 110 cameras at the shuttle launch and still doesn't know what fell off. IT execs face a similar problem every day—too much information, too few answers. New studies show how to filter data for answers, and how to focus your own messages


 

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