What I'm learning about in InfoSense: Turning Information into Knowledge is the definition he uses for knowledge. Knowledge is when someone takes information and can put it to personal use. The book talks a lot about situation theory; I always like new models to apply to my environment. One of the most interesting claims so far in the early part of the book is that of the resolution of the liar paradox of Epimenedes. If they can do that, I definitely want to do more. Alas, the actual solution isn't in this book but in The Liar: An Essay in Truth and Circularity.
I'll probably have at least one more post about this book (InfoSense) in the future.