I was very confused and frustrated that there is so much literature available and I was drained in the sea of ‘knowledge’/'Information'. And then I was thinking what I read in Kang Fan’s blog about ‘knowledge’ and ‘information’. Information is not always necessarily useful until you encountered the most ‘useful’ and the most appropriate one under certain circumstances. When facing overload of information, which has always been the case, we need to ask ourselves what we need to get out of the research. It is essential to set aims and objectives and stick to them, otherwise you might get lost. I always find some interesting articles but rarely relevant to the PMA or project, I keep reading and lose valuable time,which could had been spent contricuting to that specific project. Maybe we just have to say bye-bye to those relatively unrelevant information because we have to prioritise our tasks and allocate our time wisely. Thus, selection of information is critical.