K-MSG-L Notes 8 (33) - living?? lostininformation?T.S.....

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living? Where is the knowledge we have lost in knowledge? Where is the information we have  lost in information?…” T.S. Eliot We can add to the above phrase. Where is the details that we  lost in information. To know DME-IS, an essential step is to realize the structure of information  to knowledge as a key part of what we are trying to accomplish with details management.  Without the proper information we cannot have efficient details, without efficient details we  cannot create information, and without information we cannot encounter knowledge. To better  comprehend this relationship we need to first to have a excellent meaning of information, details, and information and how they correspond with details management: Information is determined  as a base representation of a fact, represented by means of numbers, letters, or words. Examples 
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