Knock it off already!
Poetic justice aside, the whole point of disorganization is that it permits us
to find new paths, to make connections that were perhaps unexpected, but ultimately
make sense, are worthwhile, are instrumental
to furthering our understanding and our actions. Incoherence isn't (and can't
be) a goal unto itself. The lesson we're supposed to learn from Everything is
Miscellaneous is that by legitimizing multiple classification systems, by allowing
even idiosyncratic categorization, we place ourselves in a more workable position
to find what we need, and to recognize what we find as something that can be useful
I wholeheartedly adopt this approach. Be that as it may, there's still perhaps
more than just an outside chance that all we're really doing is increasing our
Go to: Please organize me.