SoCS: Wealth of Information

Information is wealth. This is a line we hear very often. How much of these information is converted to a useful knowledge? How much information can we retain to make a decision? How can we actually verify if an information that is deduced from the raw data available is actually the right one? Who validates them? I have had these questions for quite some time. So here I am, putting out these questions as part of today’s SoCS post πŸ™‚


Post for this week’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt.

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: β€œinformation.” Use it as your theme or use the word itself – it’s all up to you. Enjoy!

SoCS Badge by Doobster @ Mindful Digressions

9 thoughts on “SoCS: Wealth of Information”

  1. What I find to be true is that these days much of the “information” found on the internet is more opinion than fact. The potential for problems to arise from this is phenomenal.
    All great questions, my dear. πŸ™‚
    And welcome back! Sorry I haven’t made it around to your site before now. Life’s still on the chaotic side I’m afraid. πŸ˜›
    I’ll post your link to my comments – it seems your ping backs still aren’t working. :/

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    1. Hey Linda πŸ™‚ Thank you and wish the ping backs work again. Don’t understand why it fails in the first place. Or if it is getting spammed.
      I can totally understand about chaos now. Am in the midst of it πŸ™‚
      Yes, I agree with the fact that the information out there today is more of an opinion.

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  2. I go so quickly to the Internet to find out whatever I want to know in the moment, but then that thought does hit me and I wonder how accurate what I find really is. So much information at our fingertips, but what if its all bull.
    πŸ™‚

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  3. Great questions… I used to love information, the more the merrier. But now a days, I have my doubts about that… especially with too much available. I suffer information overload a lot these days… which is true, which is opinion, are there any hard facts… then more digging to answer those questions… ugghsss… it’s a never ending battle!

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