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February 18, 2005

Knowledge = Values Context + Information

Knowledge = Values Context + Information. Knowledge is about getting information in context. Values are another way to give context to information. When one can get information based on specific and relevant context, the information becomes meaningful and is consequently more than information. It is knowledge.
It is about creating a meta-taxonomy for describing people and knowledge on the Internet. Values are in every human behavior and transaction. Values also give context to all human decisions. Understanding the decision making that drives transactions gives context for understanding behavior and knowledge creation.

Posted by mlwhall at February 18, 2005 9:57 AM

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