The arguably ended information age made valuable information free and easy to access –on the go.

Though, somewhere along the line, it has made it 100 folds more difficult for us to access the information we so value.

Our unrestricted access to hundreds of zillions of information has clouded our perception of value. Now, the content with the most exposure is often more valuable than credible, fact-backed reports that are seldom looked at.

Finding a credible source of information –experts dedicated to selected fields, scholarly papers, and reputable voices– is a certain way to repair our perception of valuable information.