November 16, 2004

Bibliographic References

Here's a little bibliography of things I want to read. It looks like the formatting is a little messed up. I'll have to fix it later.

Allee, V. (1997). The knowledge revolution: Expanding organizational intelligence.
Boston, MA: Butterworth-Heineman.
Amidon, D. M. (2003). The innovation superhighway: Harnessing intellectual capital for
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Beck, N. (1998). The next century: Why Canada wins. Toronto: Harper Business

Blackler, F. (1995). Knowledge, knowledge work and organizations: An overview and
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November 6, 2004

The End of History

“Nothing is stranger than the singularity because it is the end of knowledge production as we know it, the end of certainty as we know it…the end of history.” (AH November 6 2006)

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