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* Hard Drive space: At least 15 gigabytes (GB). On some level, the very existence of the internet is a defense against stupidity, for it makes us lazier, quicker to doubt, and too often prone to look for confirmation of the fact that we don't have to bother thinking things through for ourselves. It makes us feel stupid and lazy at the same time. Jayson Blair's tragedy should remind us that, sometimes, the stupid can be unbelievably dumb. You could see Blair's stupidity as a sign that he was trying to act the part of a smart person. He wanted to act like the kind of journalist who might have access to some big story, and to have that reputation, he'd have to go way over the line and do way more than he had a chance of pulling off. Blair's brilliance was that he had a credibility problem. Because he got fired, he could just say, "Look, I was being an idiot." And because he was a genius, the fact that he acted like a total fool got downplayed. It's like when Bobby Fischer acted like a moron in the opening games of his match with Boris Spassky in Reykjavik. Fischer became more than the world chess champion; he became a chess genius, and Spassky the weenie. It's the same thing with the internet. The existence of the internet makes us all feel smarter and more capable, but the smart and capable can be amazingly stupid. So much so that it makes the rest of us feel stupid and impotent. Blair's story reminds us that we have to be smart and capable of thinking things through for ourselves, and then we have to be stupid enough to keep making the same stupid mistake over and over. Maybe you've noticed this. Or maybe it's just struck you for the first time. If it's the latter, then perhaps it's time to start thinking for yourself. You can't trust everything you read or hear. You've been warned.Mohamed Idriss Mohamed Idriss (; born 11 February 1980) is a retired amateur boxer from Algeria, who won bronze at the 2003 Mediterranean Games and the bronze medal at the 2004 World Cup, both in his weight class (75 kg). He won the gold medal at the 2007 All-Africa Games and 2007 African Boxing Union Championships. He participated in the 2000 Summer Olympics for Algeria. References

 

 

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