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Information deformation

‘The short film “Information Deformation” by Bill Farren (Education for Well-being) is a stark reminder that information doesn’t equal knowledge.’ The amounts of information thrown at us every day through news, blogs, feeds, Twitter (and what else you may be using) is overwhelming. The question is how much of the information we can take in and how much depth of understanding we may be losing due to this amount. The film deals with the differences between Slow Knowledge and Fast Knowledge. “Fast knowledge is focusing on solving problems, usually by one technological fix or another. Slow knowledge has to do with avoiding problems in the first place.”

[Via Design Mind]