In his recent blog post, Seth Earley suggests that economic development and success in the modern age depends on knowledge sharing and that knowledge sharing depends on library science and search-based applications. Do you agree?
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First, there is nothing to be saved in Economy (Whoouw, a capital A). 'Saved' points at a religious angle. Funny that results back-ward chained to 'search'. Life as a Search!
I think your hypothesis is as valid as the theory of Marx; a fun story but never, I repeat never you will be able to test your hypothesis. With a bit of luck you might get your hands on further funding based on attributable efforts to start teaching people to search!
Agree or not is not an issue; it is non-sense, fun !, but nonsense.
What does help is noise-gating. There is no info-glut but a noise-glut.
Especially the Net is stuffed with noise!
Libraries: keep your institutions away from noise.
Stick to the serene environments.
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