David Weinberger's "Everything is Miscellaneous" is one of the premises on which this video is based. Weinberger advances the idea that "historically, we've divided the world into categories, topics, and hierarchies because physical objects need to be in one place or another, they can't be in all the places they might belong. Computers and the Internet turn this on its head: because a computer can "put things" in as many categories as they need to be in, because individuals can classify knowledge, tasks, and objects idiosyncratically, the hierarchy is revealed for what it always was, a convenient expedient masquerading as the True Shape of the Universe."
"It's a powerful idea: from org charts to science, from music to retail theory, from government to education, every field of human endeavor is tinged with hierarchy, and every hierarchy is under assault from the Internet."
With the Internet, traditional notions of organization, subject and heirarchy are being redefined and reordered. What appears to be messiness may be a whole new way of making sense. Does that make sense?
Permutative extension of information does not abnegate its essential taxonomy - Master Chef etLux