Saturday, March 20, 2004


"Rather than embarking on a lengthy systematic process of complex theory
building, they tend to speak in basic truths --pithy statements that
contradict conventional theory yet are found true in practice, they
think in aphorisms, and they explore with heuristics." (Networking, Knowledge & the Digital Age | Words to Live By)




:: note ::. . . often felt
shame when speaking in aphorisms or adages . . . perspective has
changed . . . it has always been an attempt to be simple . . . when
confronted with the complex . . .  . . . there must be a simpler
way . . .