Circles of knowledge and boundaries of ignorance

This is an interesting article regarding how you know what you don’t know, and what to do about it.

McGee’s Musings » Circles of knowledge and boundaries of ignorance

Monitoring your curiosity consists of becoming aware of terms, tools, topics, and techniques that you are encountering in your environment, yet are not part of your current knowledge and skills. As these become visible to you, the next step is to cluster and chunk that material into a learning agenda; a sequence of topics ranging from the nearly familiar to the barely recognized.

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