News is by definition most relevant in the short term – as time moves forward each piece of news information degrades quickly in terms of how relevant and/or useful it is. In effect, information can be thought of as having a half-life. If we map things out in this respect, we can see that not all information is equal:
So, if you’ve got a limited amount of time and energy -- and your goal is to maximize the amount of useful information you obtain -- you’ll want to focus on things with a far lower half-life. In practice, that means making choices like this:
Here are two great articles that in-part inspired this piece:
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