Age of Information Acceleration

In today’s world of information overload, our ability to pick and choose the information we want is being made easier each day. From bookmarking our favorite websites to RSS Feeders (news aggregators), we now have new tools to help us control the flow of the news and information we want.

One of my goals here at CNJ is to make accessing and obtaining knife news easy and real time, as much as you want it to be.

Over the next few days I will be developing a news article schedule. Again, to help you pick and choose the knife topics most interesting to you. This schedule will enable you to know when those articles of interest will be published.

Many of you have subscribed to CNJ via your favorite news feeder providing you real time updates on news articles as they are published; others “simply pick up the latest edition” of CNJ on each visit.

Either way, allow me to commit to you CNJ will be a high priority and I will publish news several times a week- while not quite a daily, CNJ won’t be limited to a weekly publication either.

While I do travel extensively, wonderful advances in technology affords me the ability to post most anytime anywhere. You are now reading this post I wrote with a new feature on my iPhone allowing me to provide updates and post without having to have my MacBook Pro with me. I am out of town and between meetings writing this from my car. And you thought I didn’t have a real job, did you? 🙂

Thanks for your interest in CNJ and this new effort to provide collectors with fresh and interesting cutlery news.

Scott King

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