Like it or not, we live in the age of annoyance. Technology, electronic communications, gadgets, airline travel - as it all gets easier, it also seems to get exponentially more annoying. Annoyance is described as an unpleasant mental state that can lead to emotions such as frustration and anger. Sound familiar? When was the last time you yelled at your stupid computer or got frustrated that your smartphone could not find a signal? The Age of Annoyance is designed to help people make sense of the crazy world we now live in and better understand why we seem to lose control so easily when dealing with technology.I am sure that you know of people in your office who send you an email and then follow it up with an IM: adid you get my email? ... My contacts auto-populate as I type them. GMaila#39;s IMAP tool allows me to access mail with MS Outlook Express.
|Title||:||The Age of Annoyance: Managing our Frustrations with Information Overload|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2011-10-01|