The phrase, “knowledge is power” is commonly attributed to Sir Francis Bacon, and is roughly translated from the Latin version as “knowledge itself is power.”
I heard that to fly a plane you only have to know how to do three things. Aviate, navigate and communicate. That’s all. Those are the key elements of a pilot’s job.
They Replaced Horses. That was the lead in this column by Eduardo Porter in the New York Times. Thirty-five years ago people debated whether machines, technology, would ever replace humans in the workforce. Many respected economists dismissed the idea until the great economist Wassily Leontief made his analogy regarding equines.
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