&845/ Presentations: Organizing the World's Knowledge--Paul Otlet

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"Books are an inadequate way to store information, because the arrangement of facts contained within them is an arbitrary decision on the part of the author's, making individual facts
difficult to locate."

- Paul Otlet

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It was 1871 in Brussels, Europe.

The 3-year old son of a Belgian business man looses his mother early, is kept out of school, and develops a love for books and reading. Together with Henri La Fontaine he will develop the world's first search engine--on 15 million index cards!

Pursue your dream--and never accept a proven solution. View the presentation!

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