Information economy

A term describing the growing reliance of firms on the Internet in the 1990s. Some have argued that firms’ speedier and wider access to information has led to significant gains in productivity.


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  • Information fatigue

    noun stress caused by overload of information and trying to assimilate the information; also, a stress disorder, also called [information fatigue syndrome] Word Origin 1991

  • Information fatigue syndrome

    noun a weariness or overwhelming feeling of being faced with an indigestible or incomprehensible amount of information See information fatigue Word Origin based on chronic fatigue syndrome Usage Note computing slang, abbr. IFS

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    information superhighway

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