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7 Laws of Information

By Phil Verghis on December 18, 2012

Who said academics can’t write readable articles? There is a well-written paper on the 7 laws of information by Daniel Moody and Peter Walsh that was presented to the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS ’99)

  1. Information Is (Infinitely) Shareable
  2. The Value of Information Increases With Use
  3. Information is Perishable
  4. The Value of Information Increases With Accuracy
  5. The Value of Information Increases in Combination
  6. More Is Not Necessarily Better
  7. Information is Self-propagating

Superb event @cc10 in Raleigh

By Phil Verghis on December 18, 2012

I was invited to speak at a lively, engaging set of talks on how Dancing E is using Creative Commons licensing to share knowledge. Each presenter had five minutes to talk about what they were doing and how they were using Creative Commons to share and distribute the message. I really enjoyed the event – the speakers were engaging, the content compelling and some very good discussions after.

Many thanks to the good folks at RedHat, New Kind, opensource.com and the Triangle Creative Commons community for hosting the event and for the invite.


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