We’re in this interesting time. With technology, everyone knows everything now. So information has been commoditized, and what’s important now is knowledge. And the difference between information and knowledge is that knowledge is about having a point of view based on what we know.

Jeremy Zimmer, the co-founder and CEO of United Talent Agency, in an interview with Adam Bryant.

I think this is a great way to frame the difference between information and knowledge.

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