Data Without Meaning

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It seems like I’ve been laying into the negatives of working from home lately… Working from home deserves a beat down of sorts. It’s been too romanticized I think… Laptop lifestyle and all that. 

Another big problem with working from home is the paradox of having too much data without enough meaning. We have all the data in the world at our fingertips, but without someone to share, question or confront the data with, it may be meaningless (or simply mean less). 

Robin Williams’ “You’re just a kid…” line to Will in the movie “Good Will Hunting” encapsulates the need for data to have meaning to have any value. 

Value is lost when data exists without others to share it with.