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Too Much Information (tuː mʌʧ ˌɪnfəˈmeɪʃᵊn; abbreviated as TMI)
"Too Much Information" (TMI) refers to a colloquial expression used to convey the overwhelming feeling that arises when an individual is confronted with an excessive volume of data, details, or content, often to the point of becoming difficult to process or manage effectively. This concept is commonly used to highlight the challenges of navigating a world saturated with information, particularly in the digital age where data is readily accessible and constantly flowing. The phrase is employed across various contexts, ranging from personal experiences to discussions about information overload in fields such as communication, technology, and education.
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