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7/27/10 / camelCase

Knowledge is dangerous

Knowledge – the personal, non-bookish kind – should, in my opinion, be acquired strictly on a need-to-know basis. You can’t unring a bell, as the saying goes. I personally have examples where I know something about someone, and they don’t know that I know, and like it or not, it affectsthe dynamic of our interaction. Of course I’m the only one between us who knows this, and the knowledge is something neither good nor bad; it’s not something worth bringing up and discussing. So while I sit and ponder and write about this, they’re blissful in their ignorance of the matter.

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