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Comments (3)

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 9:32 am on Dec 22, 2010

MentorshipART mapXchange Benchmarking:

ignorance of how to use new ideas stockpiles exponentially
• marshall mcluhan • 1911-1980 @ http://www.tcfir.org/

Brian K Toren said

at 6:07 am on Jan 18, 2018

Roger Rydberg Obituary | Star Tribune
Sep 13, 2015 - Rydberg, Roger 77 years, Plymouth, 9/3/2015. Preceded in death by parents, Clevia and Walter, and grandson, Jacob. Survived by Carole, loving wife of 41 years; children: Michael (Vicky), Susan, David, John (Sue), Tom (Alexandra) and step-children: Martin Gaines, Suze (Bob) Phillips, Andrea (Richard) ...

Bob-RJ Burkhart said

at 11:15 am on Feb 18, 2018

Danny P. Wallace, a professor of library and information science, explained that the origin of the DIKW pyramid is uncertain:

The presentation of the relationships among data, information, knowledge, and sometimes wisdom in a hierarchical arrangement has been part of the language of information science for many years. Although it is uncertain when and by whom those relationships were first presented, the ubiquity of the notion of a hierarchy is embedded in the use of the acronym DIKW as a shorthand representation for the data-to-information-to-knowledge-to-wisdom transformation.[8]

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