We have all seen it with the passing of loved ones or coworkers. We have seen it with those in our own industry. We all come with a magnificent biological device that magically stores a pile of information: the brain. But none of us come with a data port. This is one of the reasons I write.
We gather knowledge as we go through life. We get it from schooling, reading and interaction with others — at work, trade shows and through publications like National Driller. We get it by trial and error. But do we do enough to see our knowledge passed along to others?