Schlagwort-Archiv: Wissen

Wisszeug.

This is a bout Manny's need for others to know, so that he can use them as tools.

N.K. Jemisin: The City We Became

Knowing Why Knowing.

The major difference is in the world, not the arguments. In a time where actual conspiracies are commonplace, conspiracy theories acquire a ring of plausibility.

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We have always had disagreements about what’s true, but today, we have a disagreement over how we know whether something is true. This is an epistemological crisis, not a crisis over belief.

Cory Doctorow: How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism

Frensied.

At least I know that I don't know.
The question is, are you smart enough to feel stupid?
Hope so.

Eminem: Berzerk

The Ignocrapalypse.

Feeling: I really don't like buying stuff from people who don't know what they are selling.

Theory: Things become crappier, unrepairable and more evil when the people who sell them no longer understand them.

Example: Computers. In the good old days (and before I ever used a computer), staff in computer shops actually knew how they work. Nowadays, try asking an employee of any store what the Intel ME is and does.

Other examples: Cars, Bicycles (especially e-bikes), and of course nobody knows knows how a smartphone works.

And not a fun one.

Trevor Noah: Do you feel a difference in the conversation travelling from Sweden to America. Is there a different feeling around climate change?

Greta Thunberg: I would say yes. Because here it feels like it is being discussed as something you believe in or not believe in. And where I come from it's a fact.

The Daily Show 2019-09-14

Ununknowing.

Practice what you know, and it will help to make clear what now you do not know.

Rembrandt (ca. 1650)

There is no TRUST in SMTP.

“They sent fake emails from our and Professor Edelman’s addresses and arranged a pick-up on the street.”

“Is that possible?”

“Yes, and it’s not even very difficult.”

“Terrifying.”

David Lagercrantz: The Girl in the Spider's Web

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