Albert Einstein was a simple man who believed in the scientific principle of Occam’s Razor , paraphrased as: “when you have two competing theories that make exactly the same predictions, the…
Another gem from Darin Hammond. I love the Princeton connection in this! Well, I live in the suburbs of Princeton, after all, where there is Pi Day celebrating the number 22/7 and Albert Einstein’s birthday, and I’m familiar with Cornell West’s presence. But I digress…Darin’s point is clear, and this point is especially important in technical writing, not just in blogging. If you can’t explain a technical thing simply, then you need to think it through until you can. A presidential candidate once said something to the effect of, "If you can’t explain the issues to your grandmother at the kitchen table, then you need to learn the issues better." I’m paraphrasing here, but you get the idea. Read the article.