The main problem isn’t too much information…
“Scientists are spending too much valuable time digging through content. (…)
The main problem isn’t too much information – researchers welcome the value of added content – but discoverability of the right information.
Researchers want to consume more information but don’t want to sift through irrelevant data.”
Judson Dunham (Elsevier, talking about results of the Future of Search and Discovery survey, which leads Elsevier to design SciVerse).
in Research Information, Issue 50, oct/Nov. 2010, pp. 12-13