What makes the value of shared information ?

As I often say, we often complain about software while the problem is the way we use it. It’s the reason why many people consider that the largest part of spam they receive at word comes from their colleagues, their hierarchy.

That’s why I liked this Dilbert strip about information sharing. We can also conclude that a link is nothing without the added value brought by its analysis. We may wonder, in our networked world, what makes the value of all the links we create betweenSource: Bertrand DUPERRIN's Notepad RSS Feed

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