The essence of evolving good systems is discerning between information and tasks that require active human attention and those that don't: pulling those that do into the foreground, appropriately consolidated and organized; and pushing those that don't into an automated background. This is inherently a continuous, iterative, self-referral cycle.
"Gorilla Glass is an environmentally friendly alkali-aluminosilicate thin-sheet glass. Elegant and lightweight, Gorilla Glass is durable enough to resist many real-world events that commonly cause glass failure, enabling exciting new applications in technology and design."
I find it fascinating, and sensible, that silicon, the basis of digital life, and carbon, the basis of biological life are chemically similar with valance 4.
What an awesome beginning to a book!
"Not darknessss, for that implies an understanding of light.
Not silence, for that suggests a familiarity with sound.
Not loneliness, for that requires knowledge of others.
But still, faintly, so tenuous that if it were any less it wouldn't exist at all: awareness.
Nothing more than that. Just awareness--a vague, ethereal sense of being.
Being...but not becoming. No marking of time, no past or future--only an endless, featureless now, and, just barely there in that boundless moment, inchoate and raw, the dawning of perception..."