Posts Tagged ‘home page’

New Ventures

January 16th, 2015

On the internet there are various types of entrepreneurs: 1. People who get extra income. 2. Persons who obtain sufficient income to live. 3. People who earn much more than what they and their families spend.

These new entrepreneurs started making small training then promoted. It is a fairly good and safe strategy.It has been proven that 75% of these entrepreneurs comes to win large sums of money over a period of time very short. Then continue his career editing own materials so that other people promote them, as they are initiated. More and more they are people using this electronic business strategy, since it gives them good income safely and very fast. Internet is handled much information hacerca of these editors refuse, but they are really good, will some of them offer junk but they are the least, these don’t last in this business, 80% of bad editors resign in less than a month. The rest can stay years conquering different types of markets.

I attest this topic since I am editor of thirty courses and all they have the satisfaction of my clients, 6 years ago that I started and still are many things to do. As I said before people defaming us does not have the slightest idea of the big business that is lost and the excellent material that we provide, but bue, beyond them. The world evolves and internet business even more, and with best warranties and products than in the physical world.This new industry is the future of a new economic model in postmodernism desrrolladas societies.

Nonaka Belief

August 10th, 2013

Knowledge, unlike information, is action. It is always knowledge to some extent. Knowledge, such as information, meaning is, depends on specific contexts and is relational. In his theory of creation of organizational knowledge, Nonaka and Takeuchi adopt the traditional definition of knowledge that considers it a justified true belief, however, clarify that while traditional epistemology puts emphasis on the abstract, static and non-human nature of knowledge, typically expressed in the propositions and formal logic, for them the knowledge is a dynamic human process of justification of the personal belief in search of the truth. In this sense the authors, above, that there is a clear difference between the terms information and knowledge. As Bateson (1979) points out, the information consists of differences that set the difference. The information allows to interpret events or objects from a different point of view, which makes visible certain meanings that were previously invisible, or discover unexpected connections.

The information is therefore a medium or material necessary to extract and build knowledge. Similarly, Dretske (1981) points out that the information is one thing capable of producing knowledge and information that carries a signal is what we can learn from it and knowledge is identified with the belief (or sustained) produced by the information. The information can be considered in two ways: syntactically (by volume that has) and semantically (by the meaning that owns). The semantic aspect of information is more important for the construction of knowledge, because it focuses on the expressed meaning. Then, the information is a message flow and knowledge is created precisely by this flow of information, anchored in the beliefs and the commitment of its possessor. This explanation emphasizes that knowledge is essentially related to human action. In this sense, both information and knowledge are elements of specific context and are relational, since they depend on the situation and are created dynamically during social interaction of people.