No knowledge but through information
Keywords:personal information management (PIM), personal knowledge management (PKM)
AbstractThis article argues for the following: 1. Information is a thing to be handled and controlled; knowledge is not. 2. Knowledge can be managed only indirectly, through the management of information. 3. Personal knowledge management (PKM) is, therefore, best regarded as a subset of personal information management (PIM) – but a very useful subset addressing important issues that otherwise might be overlooked.
How to Cite
Jones, W. (2010). No knowledge but through information. First Monday, 15(9). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v15i9.3062
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