Ways to Get Over Information Explosion
1. As a popular saying goes, "A wealth of information creates a poverty of attention." Nowadays we are in an era of information explosion. More and more people complain that they are lost in the information age.
Admittedly, no one can deny the fact that the new information age has brought us so much convenience that we are allowed to get plenty of information just with a simple click sitting in front of the computers. Nevertheless we are also confused, annoyed, distracted and upset by an incredibly large quantity of information. For example, when searching for something online, people are easily misguided by irrelevant information and forget their original plan. Besides, some information often turns out to be useless. Therefore, it may be time-consuming and troublesome to search information online.
2. Then what can we do to avoid being distracted by irrelevant information? Here are some useful tips: Firstly, make a list of what you really want before your searching. You can avoid some appealing, yet irrelevant information by this way. Then, find some credible and professional sources or websites and then save and categorize them. In this case, you can easily leave some advertisements and useless information behind.
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Since ancient times, the Chinese people usually celebrate the harvest during the mid-autumn season, which is similar to the custom of celebrating Thanksgiving in North America. The tradition of celebrating Mid-autumn Festival became popular throughout China in the early Tang Dynasty. People worship the moon on August 15th in the Chinese lunar calendar. On this day, under the bright moon, families reunite and enjoy the moon's beauty. In 2006, Mid-autumn Festival was listed as one of China's cultural heritages, and in 2008, it was classified as a public holiday. Moon cakes, as indispensable delicious food of the Festival, are chosen as gifts sent to relatives and friends and usually enjoyed at family gatherings. There are characters, like "longevity", "good fortune" and "harmony", on the traditional mooncakes.