Weekly Review: Volume 9, Issue 15, April 3, 2013
By Charles King, Pund-IT, Inc.
The problem with “blanket” generalities is that, while they can initially seem warm and comforting, they often lead toward fuzzy thinking. More importantly, though generalities can sometimes express a concept for which no formal framework exists, commercial exposure and lack of central control opens them to any interested party. In other words, if an idea isn’t clearly stated and understood to begin with, it isn’t unusual if interested parties define it on terms beneficial to themselves. Continue reading