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From the Publisher"Devlin, an accomplished numberist . . . gives us a clear picture of his subject . . . the key, says Devlin, is not information, but knowledge, which he defines as information put into practice."
"The best thing about doing business today is the wealth of information available. The worst thing about doing business today is the wealth of information available. If you want to make sense of it—if you want to learn how to turn information into useful knowledge—read this book."
—Guy Kawasaki, author of Rules for Revolutionaries and How to Drive Your Competition Crazy
"In InfoSense, Keith Devlin deftly applies some of the insights of the new discipline of Situation Theory to common problems in business communication. The importance of context and the frequent vagueness of conversation are just two of the areas he illuminates in this enticing study."
—John Allen Paulos, author of Innumeracy; A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper; and Once Upon a Number
"Devlin and his colleagues have mathematically validated a number of interesting strategies for boosting productivity and innovation within a group . . . Readers immersing themselves in InfoSense will find there is far more to information than meets the I."