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Part III: Filtering Information > Using Information Filters

Chapter 17. Using Information Filters

Keeping in mind that most people do not use 80% of the information they gather, the bottom line here is clear: You simply have to reject more information than you accept. But how do you know what to reject?

To help you figure it out, first refer to the criteria you developed for quality information. Keep these in mind because your goal is to filter out information that does not qualify as quality. To reach this goal, you need to apply information-filtering capabilities—your own and those offered by most electronic data resources today. This section discusses these filters.


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