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An unsolicited forward to an unfinished book

Bill Tozier was generous enough to share an early draft of his book-in-progress, currently entitled Answer factories: The engineering of useful surprises. It’s a true joy, and I’m really looking forward to being able to read the “finished” work. It’s … Continue reading

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“Being educated is all about half guessing”

I highly recommend this fine post on why “Being educated is all about half guessing”. If all we can do is regurgitate facts that we’ve memorized somewhere along the way, we’re crippled in the fact of the new and unexpected. … Continue reading

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