There are a zillion ideas out there. How do we make sense of them all?
We make sense of them by recognizing the existence of metadata: Fundamental concepts that envelope all other data.
The neat thing about metadata is that it is immutable: It cannot be changed. It is what it is and you must deal with it.
And if you do not deal with it then nothing else works.
So, first things first: the metadata.
There are two fundamental metadata:
That’s it. It is that simple. Take any thought you wish. It is either a fact or an opinion.
- Facts are ideas that can be proven or demonstrated and measured in a deliberate manner.
- Opinions are everything else. Opinions are like other body parts. Everybody has them.
– Feelings are clinically a subset of opinions.
The rest of this site will deal primarily with facts.
In particular, we address a subset of the Facts metadata:
However, like anyone else, we have our own opinions. In particular, we fervently believe that:
So, pay attention, speak up, and stop being nice when people are trying to eat your lunch.