Wednesday, October 26, 2011

"Information is cheap, but meaning is expensive."

"We now live in a world where information is potentially unlimited. Information is cheap, but meaning is expensive. Where is the meaning? Only human beings can tell you where it is. We’re extracting meaning from our minds and our own lives." George Dyson

You may or may not want to read the entire piece here: The European

As usual in an article like this, the comments are priceless. . .the comments section of almost any online newspaper article, magazine article, etc. never fails to bring out wisdom, hilarity, and cruelty, all within six inches of each other. . .

The above all courtesy of Alfred A. Knopf Books

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