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Make the Complex Simpler

Thursday, January 11th, 2007

My favorite blogger, Ike Pigott, is back online with Occam’s RazR, a personal journal dedicated to making complicated things simpler. The title is borrowed from William of Occam, a medieval English friar who advanced the principle that, when given two equally valid explanations for a phenomenon, one should embrace the less complicated formulation.

Those of you familiar with Ike’s PR blog, Accentuate the Positive, 2.0, will notice a sleeker design–a look that would make William proud. Also, it appears that Ike has given himself the freedom to discuss just about anything he wants, as long as it is some complicated problem he can whittle down. Let’s face it, that encompasses just about everything.

I know that a lot of my regular readers were his regular readers, so I thought this would be an appropriate announcement. Drop by Occam’s RazR and leave Ike a comment; let him know you’re glad to be reading him again.