Re: Knowledge versus Information

Subject: Re: Knowledge versus Information
From: "Huber, Mike" <mrhuber -at- SOFTWARE -dot- ROCKWELL -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 11:48:52 -0500

So, you are saying that the distinction between information and
knowledge is information, but not knowledge?

Office:mike -dot- huber -at- software -dot- rockwell -dot- com
Home:nax -at- execpc -dot- com

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Tim Altom [SMTP:taltom -at- IQUEST -dot- NET]
>In my earlier years I was also intensely interested in such distinctions and
>in the theoretical implications. But I've begun to conclude that, in a real
>world, these are distinctions that feed our need for theory to justify
>grants to study more distinctions. Information or knowledge? Frankly, for
>most purposes, it's a senseless separation that obscures the more basic
>problem, which is how to get what we want from our cubicles to somebody
>else's abode.

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