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Published on Nov 29, 2007
Why real innovation happens at the messy intersection of ideas.
Philosopher and book author David Weinberger - he is partly responsible for the Cluetrain Manifesto - has published "Everything is Miscellaneous", a book on the power of the digital disorder where he argues that the established ways of ordering, explaining and categorizing things as know from the physical world, is breaking down. Instead we are witnessing the rise of the digital disorder that gives multiple choices to tag, to search and to find information. We talked to him about information overload, meta-data, the energy of disorder, user-generated knowledge and why he thinks that the printed book might disappear soon.