One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An overwhelming excess of information, especially that obtained as the result of an Internet search.‘nowadays, people need help getting their intellectual bearings because cable has become a torrent of ideology, dueling experts, and data smog’
- ‘They do not have time to absorb all of the data smog, so they tune it out.’
- ‘As economics can be affected by workers having to work in a data smog, corporations are already recognising this problem and have moved quickly by utilising new software, such as products available from Microsoft.’
- ‘The overall goal of filtering signal from noise remains vital, to maintain a citizenry that is shielded from spam and data smog, and that can hence spend enough time on issues that really matter.’
- ‘Media saturation or data smog or whatever it is being called is not a problem, it's a blessing.’
- ‘This service saves readers from having to search hundreds or thousands or millions of the world's content sources for that information - a vital service in an era of data smog.’
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