12 terms

Information overload

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Overload
an excessive burden, an excessive amount of something
Biased
tendentious, one-sided, not objective, unfair
Evaluate
judge, find, form an idea of the amount, number or value of something
Feed back
responsiveness, information about reaction to the product
Spine
part of book's cover, that encloses the inner edges of the pages, usually contains author name and the title of the book
Entail
impose, involve, or imply as a necessary accompaniment or result;to involve (as a necessary or inevitable part of information)
Gist
the general meaning of the text, the most important piece of information
Chunk
extensive extract, part of something
Make sense of
decoding, understand
Hurdle
barrier, problem or difficulty, that must be overcome
Figure out
understand, solve or discover the cause of the problem
Backlog
uncompleted work, needing to be dealt with; orders waiting to be filled
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