Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Arguing about more than facts

We can't argue a lot about facts any more because of the internet being almost everywhere. That should mean we can start arguing about interpretations of facts. Also, since raw facts are so readily available these days (alongside blatant misinterpretations, false etymologies, outright lies and invisible sarcasm) there is little value in the skill of digging them up. Anyone can do that. What matters more is collating, summarising, interpreting and commenting on facts.

Mokalus of Borg

PS - And, of course, telling fact from fiction.
PPS - We could always do with more of that.

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