Sublinear Computing: When Ignorance Is Bliss

April 13, 2004

One of the well-known rules for being an organized, efficient officeworker is to handle a piece of paper once and only once: read, act, toss. Letting paperwork pile up while you ponder and procrastinate is a timeworn recipe for disarray and further delay. The computer revolution’s transformation of physical into virtual clutter only compounds the problems of the information pack rat, making it easy to amass millions of disorganized files instead of mere thousands.

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