Thursday, June 7, 2007

Thursday June 7, 2007

Filed under: General — m759 @ 4:15 PM

On “framing” and “spin”
in journalism:

“… Packaging is unavoidable.
Facts rarely, if ever, 
  speak for themselves.”

Matthew C. Nisbet,  
Assistant Professor
  of “Communication,”
June 6, 2007

If they could, they might
say “We was framed!”

Facts cannot, of course,
speak for themselves
to those who do not
understand their language.


A picture that appeared in
Log24 on June 7, 2005:

Natural Transformation

Click for details.

Attempt to
frame the picture:


“A functor is an analogy.”
— Anonymous

  The best mathematicians “see
analogies between analogies.”
Banach, according to Ulam 

For further details,
click on the link
“Analogies” above.

See also the analogies in
the previous entry.

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