So information has been commoditized, and what’s important now is knowledge. And the difference between information and knowledge is that knowledge is about having a point of view based on what we know.

Jeremy Zimmer

All the answers are a tap away. Consuming, learning, and then doing. That’s at least one knowledge process.

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