My work in information technology has paid my family’s bills for over 20 years. If I ever slow down to think (who, me?), I meander through topics surrounding the idea of how to make better use of the constant flood of information generated by all the electronics my team and I are responsible for. Continue reading Further study on cognitive biases
My ponderings on epistemology below is largely a paraphrase of the transcript of the February 21st podcast from The Liturgists. I also inject some thoughts of my own, but you’ll have to listen to the podcast to figure out which is what!
Continue reading How do we know what we know?
Information theory began as the study of information transmissions over a wire. Notable contributors were Claude Shannon and Harry Nyquist.
Continue reading The Information Theory of Life