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Does our information economy owe its future to sports?

Last week I looked across the table at my business partner and said, "Isn't it scarey that our whole economy is based on... well, nothing... well, at least nothing we can see?" Here we are preparing to organize, manage and secure information, yet we can't hold "it" in our hands.

Imitation or theft? Is OSS the epitome of knowledge sharing?

I'm bringing to the home page my recent addition to The Art of Knowledge Management page, as it truly is a debate of merit for this blog: Picasso and Open Source Software

If communication is the way to knowledge transfer...

then what IS communication? I was led to this quandary following a class ("Online Research Methods") I attended yesterday at which the professor concluded with astonishment: "This class should be called Communication Methods." I smiled.

From one school of thought to another...

Imagine Plato and Aristotle on the steps of the Athens Knowledge Café. They invite Socrates and Euclid to join them inside for a mocha chino and a little bit of knowledge sharing. From the School of Athens to the School of Knowledge Management... just how has the knowledge of ancient philosophers and scientists come to rest in our hands? Through communication!

This, then, is the goal of this blog: to define and discuss how we can best utilize "communication" to share our thoughts, ideas, methods, emotions, and information from one to another.