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This may be a good book for those who would like to jump into PIM (Personal Information Management) if you want a collection of stats. But I would warn that the authors quickly disregard key digital information retrieval systems and cite heavily analogue studies.
It should be no surprise that exclusively digital inputs fall down when most research in done out side of a computer. And when a large segment of studies cited are from a far flung past when computational power was factors of magnitude lower.
As of yet I am 1/3rd though the book and will come back to this review when done; if the authors have changed my mind.
I cannot suggest any alternatives to this book, but be warned of heavy bias.