Turn off the hose!
Physics is lucky in having a single “journal” in which nearly all new research is published – the eprint arXiv founded by Paul Ginsparg.
A problem with this fabulous system is coping with the firehose of information it produces. On a typical day more than one hundred new papers appear. Just reading the titles and abstracts would consume a fair fraction of your day.
How on earth are people supposed to cope with all this information?