From: Lee Corbin (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jun 16 2002 - 19:39:53 MDT
> How about the following set of definitions:
> 1. Information - undefined, to be treated as a primitive concept here.
> 2. Knowledge - information describing a true, predictive mapping
> between actions and their results.
Yes, I consider this much more useful and to the point than
all the "justified" knowledge crap. But I think that this
should be extended to cover "information residing inside the
skin accurately reflecting what's outside the skin", for
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