Filtering out Noisy Content

Filtering out Noisy Content

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Finding good material to read online can be an overwhelming endeavor. We are living in a world that is inundated with content created by technology professionals; in the forms of articles, videos, sharing work tips, product design processes, life hacks, and technology insights from social media gurus, influencers, and entrepreneurs.


Online content lives in a vast sea of articles and shared knowledge that is sometimes nearly impossible to find quality pieces to apply to our own lives. Mainly, it doesn’t make sense that we have all this content yet a lot of problems remain to figure out. Filtering out content has been a challenge, personally since I consider myself self-taught at the school of the internet. Valuable reads become hard to come across but when you do, you know you can count on this author to send content right that lands right to your inbox.

Coming across high quality content online is a valuable asset and can be applied to your company resources. It’s not easy to sift through endless content and go through a filter process to match your needs. It takes years of accumulated knowledge to validate what we’re reading and to apply with your team to use as resources that results in actual impact for professional development.

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