Tuesday, September 03, 2002

Information, what we do with it, what we think about it and how we communicate it, seems to be today’s theme.

Martin Roth has a great article Too Much Information (And Way Too Much Football) – Why Ignorance Is Power. In short – we don’t always make better decisions with more information. It is also a great example the eXtreme Programming principal of "yesterday's weather". In XP "yesterday's weather" refers to the practice of planing future performace based on past performance.

Jordon Cooper is working on a review of David Wienberger's Small Pieces, Loosely Joined. Sub title of the book is "a unified theory of the web."

Deep :: Dirt links to a A chat-room paraphrase of Genesis 18
by bloggedy blog’s Andrew Careaga.

Sainteros asks “Question: how might the theory of memes be understood in terms of the action of the Holy Spirit in the life of the Church?

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