data confections

data confections

the younger’s tend to lean on big data and statistics and while it isn’t necessarily wrong or right, it’s often an untrue assessment of what’s real.

big data tells a story, and like any story it’s generally queued for persuasion-sake. if you tell a sad story just right and elicit tears from your listener, then you’re the bed that goldilocks chooses for the night.

if you want to know the global truth, listen to the smaller stories told with big hearts because their inference to the whole is more reliable than the impartial maps that are drawn to lead us purposely astray from our internal homes.

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