But then I became the weirdo who isn't a team player.
This strikes me as an interesting idea to highlight.
I work in a structural steel fabrication workshop, mostly buildings. Everything we fabricate is distributed as pure information. It's not as though the customer has to bring in an identical model for us to copy.
I can't think of anything that can't be distributed as pure information in the sense written above .
> I can't think of anything that can't be distributed as pure information in the sense written above .
But if it's so ubiquitous these days, is it even worth pointing out?
But Mason Simon seems to think so. I'd be interested to hear an elaboration.
Or go to a room where I can turn the light all the way down.
This made me do a double take as well though!