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The new information technology... Internet and e-mail... have practically eliminated the physical costs of communications.
Indecision may come from an instinctive hunch that there's more you need to know - which means it's time to learn everything you can about the pros and cons of each option. You can continue on this track, however, only as long as you're unearthing genuinely new information.
No man was ever so completely skilled in the conduct of life, as not to receive new information from age and experience.
New information makes new and fresh ideas possible.
As a leader, you have to have the ability to assimilate new information and understand that there might be a different view.
Intuition becomes increasingly valuable in the new information society precisely because there is so much data.
People don't have a good intuitive sense of how to weigh new information in light of what they already know. They tend to overrate it.
I am really only interested in new information, not freelance opinion. I don't really care what you think off the top of your head.
Like the Elizabeth I play, Queen Elizabeth is a monarch who actually moves with the times. She gets new information, assimilates it, and changes in order the fit in with the way the world is moving. I admire that.
Getting bogged down in old stories stops the flow of learning by censoring our perceptions, making us functionally deaf and blind to new information. Once the replay button gets pushed, we no longer form new ideas or conclusions - the old ones are so cozy.
I'm not going to name some of my colleagues who are very well-known for their television presentation, but they wouldn't know new information or how to report a story if it came up and bit them.
Our culture constantly inundates us with new information, and yet our brains capture so little of it. I can spend half a dozen hours reading a book and then have only a foggy notion of what it was about.
In traditional schools, you're penalized for making a mistake. But that won't work in the new information culture, in the digital world we live in today.
That's the new way - with computers, computers, computers. That's the way we can have the cell survive and get some new information in high resolution. We started about five years ago and, today, I think we have reached the target.
My brain is like a hard drive. Once you start adding new information, you start cutting off old information.
So key for making smart decisions is a mindset that actively monitors and is open to shifting tides and new information, one that is acutely aware that the interplay between our environment and its outcomes is ever in flux.
You know, entropy is associated thermodynamically, in systems involving heat, with disorder. And in an analogous way, information is associated with disorder, which seems paradoxical. But when you think about it, a bit of information is a surprise. If you already knew what the message contained, there would be no new information in it.
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