LOs and Internal Communication LO26121

From: Sandy Wells (sjwells@earthlink.net)
Date: 02/13/01

Replying to LO26110 --

Malcolm wrote:

> Michael, I'm intrigued and a little disturbed by your assertion. Do you
> mean to suggest that whatever "information" may be, its _only_ value lies
> in its capacity to reduce uncertainty so we can make decision?
> To me, this would suggest that information that charms, amuses, unsettles,
> creates awe...well, you can see where I'm going
> Or have I misunderstood you?


 That is exactly what some use to make their decisions! And, it is
 disturbing to think that some superficial fluff may be the deciding factor
 for some. . . You're right on as far as that point is concerned!

 Sandy Wells


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