Complexity is Complex and hard. Simplicity is Simple and easy.
Many people regard the above statements as fact, but can we alter the dialogue? (more…)
We will never return to an age of Simplicity as defined by Weaver.
Let’s say you drive to work – Everything about that process is Complex. While riding a bike would be a Simpler method – you peddle faster and the bike goes faster. (more…)
Before we bash complexity too much, let’s first talk about its alternative – Simplicity. As discussed in a leading document regarding the issues of Simplicity and Complexity published in 1948 by Warren Weaver titled Science and Complexity, there are also “Problems of Simplicity” (Warren p.1). (more…)
How was your day today? Fine.
If you were ever a teenager in another life or a parent in this one, this standard greeting will sound very familiar to you. (more…)