Tuesday 6 May 2008

Information, context, stories, and the law.

The jury in a court of law has to come up with a story based on information.

I've talked about information and context, but there's also stories. Maybe the stories are the context. Prompted by a piece in the London Review of Books about the case against those accused of the 2006 plot to bomb planes, a court of law seems like an interesting field to consider these three concepts.

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