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Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Baris Gencel

Information is nutrition, knowledge is nutrition, art is nutrition and they set us free. Internet is a great library, great library is a freedom within wisdom in this digital age — Baris Gencel

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Julian Assange

I had had a lot of experience in bringing the Internet to Australia, and I saw that knowledge in the hands of people achieves reform. — Julian Assange

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Jacob Hatcher

the terms like firewalls, network protocols, IP addresses, authentication, clients, service, network traffic etc. Apart from these, you should also have good knowledge on Internet lingo like URL, web servers, DNS, HTTP, HTTPS etc, Knowing these terms, their working mechanisms and purposes will aid you in getting a better understanding of the concepts of hacking. — Jacob Hatcher

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Adam D'Angelo

There's a lot of information that has been in peoples' heads and hasn't gotten onto the Internet. Even as the Web has gotten really big, there's just been this gap. So we made Quora as a general place for people to share knowledge of all kinds. — Adam D'Angelo

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By N. T. Wright

We have a thousand machines for making war but none for making peace. We have computers and iPhone apps that can make millions out of a tiny change in exchange rates, but none that can rescue the poorest countries from their plight. We know how to make Internet pornography, but not how to repair marriages. The very objectivity or neutrality of scientific knowledge as commonly conceived has played into the hands of the gods we secretly worship. — N. T. Wright

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Jason Gay

In theory, the Internet provides an opportunity to widen knowledge-to see beyond screens and neighborhoods into a broader universe-and yet the first thing many people want to do is wall themselves off and broadcast how narrow-minded they are. It seems to absolutely miss the point of the experience. — Jason Gay

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Vladimir Raykov

do know that there are thousands of dollars in your mind and it is up to you whether you are going to materialize them or not. Technology has changed how we do business. Technology has given us new opportunities. The evolution of technology requires a new way of thinking! Today, people with an internet connection can have access to cutting edge knowledge in virtually any topic that concerns them. They are willing to pay for that knowledge and this is the reason why the online teaching businesses have been growing rapidly in the recent years. The question is how are you going — Vladimir Raykov

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Bill Gates

For a highly motivated learner, it's not like knowledge is secret and somehow the Internet made it not secret. It just made knowledge easy to find. If you're a motivated enough learner, books are pretty good. — Bill Gates

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Graham Spaid

Some people say he engineered his own arrest to gain an insight into modern methods of policing for a thriller he had planned. But you know what happens to artistic rats in prison: they have their rectums stretched, and not by overindulgence in Michelin-star food; they have their columns examined, and not by internet humorists or a qualified medical practitioner. I'm sure Rat knew this, too. Although he likes to accumulate a wide general knowledge, he would rather have a narrow rectum. A colon comes in handy here, before examples: two dots on top of one other, like the cowboys who copulate on Brokeback Mountain, on a slope so far away you need binoculars to see them properly. In prison there are too many insights and examples. Rat would never risk it. — Graham Spaid

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Katie Finneran

You can go to the Internet and know more than your mom in two seconds. It's crazy how fast teenagers have knowledge and information these days. So, I think it's harder to say, 'Your father and I know more than you.' — Katie Finneran

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Max Harms

The web was such a vital part of my life. It was like an oracle, a book that never ran out of pages, and a window into a million different rooms all at once. — Max Harms

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Children have the knowledge but not the power to use the computer. As parents, you have to monitor what they do on the computer, always and at all times. — Abdulazeez Henry Musa

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Roy H. Williams

Have you heard of this new thing called the internet? It's giving people new expectations. It's allowing them to become their own expert. Knowledge lies anxious at their fingertips. Gloss over the truth in your advertising and you'll quickly be dismissed as a poser. — Roy H. Williams

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Lauren Mayberry

Internet has been really amazing, and I think it's a place of great passion, creativity, and knowledge. — Lauren Mayberry

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Umberto Eco

If culture did not filter, it would be inane - as inane as the formless, boundless Internet is on its own. And if we all possessed the boundless knowledge of the Web, we would be idiots! Culture is an instrument for making a hierarchical system of intellectual labor. — Umberto Eco

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Ferran Adria

You can see it on the Internet now. New society demands that people share their knowledge. It's asking multimillionaires to share their money and creative people to share their creativity. Whoever doesn't share their wealth, be it knowledge, money, or creativity, will be dead. — Ferran Adria

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Melanie Griffith

To break boundaries interests me. With all the knowledge that is available now in the world, it should be accessible to everyone. You can get so much information on the Internet now, and yet there are so many places in the world where people just don't have the education. — Melanie Griffith

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Henry Kissinger

The acquisition of knowledge from books provides an experience different from the Internet. Reading is relatively time-consuming; to ease the process, style is important. Because it is not possible to read all books on a given subject, much less the totality of books, or to organize easily everything one has read, learning from books places a premium on conceptual thinking - the ability to recognize comparable data and events and project patterns into the future. And style propels the reader into a relationship with the author, or with the subject matter, by fusing substance and aesthetics. — Henry Kissinger

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Jarvis Cocker

I love the Internet, but it's hard not to get lost in it. It's not like a book where you start and get to the end. It's like we've found a way to encapsulate all of human knowledge within one thing only to learn that you can't do that. It's an overabundance of information. — Jarvis Cocker

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Edward Snowden

When you're attacking a router on the internet, and you're doing it remotely, it's like trying to shoot the moon with a rifle. Everything has to happen exactly right. Every single variable has to be controlled and precisely accounted for. And that's not possible to do when you have limited knowledge of the target you're attacking. — Edward Snowden

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Robin Sloan

You know, old books are a big problem for us. Old knowledge in general. We call it OK. Old knowledge, OK. Did you know that ninety-five percent of the internet was only created in the last five years? But we know that when it comes to all human knowledge, the ratio is just the opposite - in fact, OK accounts for most things that people know, and have ever known. — Robin Sloan

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Ned Hayes

I do not like this idea that we have begun to kill off - at great velocity and accelerating speed - all of the things that sustain us. I didn't like it at all when I first thought of it, but most people around me do not seem that disturbed by it, even though the knowledge of this is obvious and readily available to anyone who looks up trees on the Internet. At least, no one seems bothered, because no one has taken action to amend it. So they must not care. That is the only explanation I can think of for the lack of reaction to this fact. — Ned Hayes

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Lenny Kravitz

I think kids in Europe have developed a deeper knowledge of music and of black music in particular. You go to Europe, and these kids know about all this obscure funk and soul that kids over here wouldn't know. I think it's getting better in the States, though, with the age of the Internet. — Lenny Kravitz

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Franz Christian Israel Digital Entrepreneurs.

We face the most compelling era of mankind: exponential growth of new technologies, cheaper electronic devices and the globalization of knowledge, commerce, and ideas along with the rapid growth of emerging markets of colossal sizes will generate the best opportunities, connections, higher risks and challenges for everyone. — Franz Christian Israel Digital Entrepreneurs.

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By David Weinberger

The Internet's abundant capacity has removed the old artificial constraints on publishing - including getting our content checked and verified. The new strategy of publishing everything we find out thus results in an immense cloud of data, free of theory, published before verified, and available to anyone with an Internet connection. And this is changing the role that facts have played as the foundation of knowledge. — David Weinberger

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Anonymous

But I like maps. I've got maps all over my house. I'm going to suggest to you that the skills and knowledge we have all been developing in our work - especially pertaining to the Internet - have applications out here." He taps the whiteboard. "In the real world. You know, the big round wet ball where billions of people live. — Anonymous

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Rainbow Rowell

How do you not like the Internet? That's like saying, 'I don't like things that are convenient. And easy. I don't like having access to all of mankind's recorded discoveries at my fingertips. I don't like light. And knowledge. — Rainbow Rowell

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Barry Eisler

The Internet is a limitless library at your fingertips. It's a great place to start with the acquisition of knowledge. My process is to go to a place when I'm writing about it. Nothing captures the essence, feeling and flavor of a place better than when I'm actually there and doing the writing. — Barry Eisler

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Wangechi Mutu

We became Homo sapiens not that long ago, from the scientific perspective, and we've retained a lot of our beast nature. We've done all these amazing things in terms of our knowledge base and technology, and now we're flying around and using the internet. But we're still very animalistic. So, I think about hierarchies. I think about evolution. I think about how we stack up, how we sit on top of each other. How we pray that we know what we're up to. — Wangechi Mutu

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By David Vincent

Since the 1970s, there has been a continual tendency to over-estimate the surveillance capacities of new technologies. In the sense of the physical invasion of privacy, surveillance comprises five sequential events: the capacity to observe; the act of observation; comprehension of what is seen; intervention on the basis of that knowledge; and a consequent change of behaviour by the subject. Too often the final four have been assumed from the possibility of the first. — David Vincent

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Scott Adams

Recapping my skill set: I have poor art skills, mediocre business skills, good but not great writing talent, and an early knowledge of the Internet. And I have a good but not great sense of humor. I'm like one big mediocre soup. None of my skills are world-class, but when my mediocre skills are combined, they become a powerful market force. — Scott Adams

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By P. J. O'Rourke

Public schools helped create the idea of America and inculcate Americans with a few rudiments of knowledge. To judge by that very American item, the Internet, a few rudiments is all anyone cares to have. — P. J. O'Rourke

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Gena Showalter

It was common knowledge that big, bad city boys spent the bulk of their time sleeping around, coiffing their hair and posting pictures of food on the internet. — Gena Showalter

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By John Green

Oh, Wikipedia, with your tension between those who would share knowledge and those who would destroy it. — John Green

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Ben Elton

The internet was supposed to liberate knowledge, but in fact it buried it, first under a vast sewer of ignorance, laziness, bigotry, superstition and filth and then beneath the cloak of political surveillance. Now ... cyberspace exists exclusively to promote commerce, gossip and pornography. And of course to hunt down sedition. Only paper is safe. Books are the key. A book cannot be accessed from afar, you have to hold it, you have to read it. — Ben Elton

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Mark Bowden

The Internet promised a truly global egalitarian age. That was the idea, anyway. The international and unstructured nature of the thing was vital to these early Internet idealists. If knowledge is power, then power at long last would reside where it belonged, with the people, all people! — Mark Bowden

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Pankaj Mishra

The internet has spawned people for whom knowingness is more important than knowledge. It equips you with the illusion of offering knowledge instantly - and quite easily - so you can read a few articles on a few subjects and feel well informed but not actually know any of those subjects in any depth. — Pankaj Mishra

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Alan Palomo

I find it so funny that for the first time in history, people have access to this great equalizer in the Internet, which grants everyone the same knowledge base, and we use it to read album reviews and watch kitten videos ... not to put those two things in the same light! — Alan Palomo

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Adam D'Angelo

The Internet was supposed to allow anyone to set up a web page and share their knowledge with the world. But in practice, it's too difficult and takes too long, and almost no one does it. — Adam D'Angelo

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Hildegard Peplau

Nursing has made great progress from being an occupation to becoming a profession in the 20th. Century. As the 21st. Century approaches, further progress will be reported and recorded in Cyberspace - The Internet being one conduit for that. Linking nurses and their information and knowledge across borders - around the world - will surely advance the profession of nursing much more rapidly in the next century — Hildegard Peplau

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Adam Ostrow

A largely unregulated Internet has created knowledge and wealth, but it's also long provided a medium for predatory, abusive and bullying behavior. — Adam Ostrow

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By John C. Wright

What would the world be like if you had to develop a power yourself before you could use it? Just as a silly example: How would the comment section on YouTube change if, to use it, you had to have the schooling necessary to have a basic understanding of how computers and the internet work? More seriously, would anyone smart enough to know how to design and build a tank, or a laser guided anti-aircraft missile, or a computer and video editing software be stupid enough to join ISIS? In fact, if such knowledge was required - would it even be possible for there to be standing armies? — John C. Wright

Internet And Knowledge Quotes By Ilona Andrews

Well, when it became obvious that magic was going to wreck the computer networks, people tried to preserve portions of the Internet. They took snapshots of their servers and sent the data to a central database at the Library of Congress. The project became known as the Library of Alexandria, because in ancient times Alexandria's library was said to contain all the human knowledge, before some jackass burned it to the ground. — Ilona Andrews