The first step in the Knowledge Swirl, disorder invokes an evolutionary rawness; it is very Old Testament. Unfortunately, much of the world is in chaos, it is disordered, even when there is no need. Think, for example, of when you needed to install or assemble some kind of technical apparatus. The instructions were possibly written by someone that doesn't understand your language or who wrote to a different, more technical audience. Perhaps the materials simply hadn't been updated recently. You were in the dark, but that doesn't mean that answers didn't exist. They were simply not available to you.
Fluidity is the ease by which knowledge flows from person to machine to person. Surely person to person as well. To dispel disorder and chaos from the scene when knowledge is needed clearly requires intermediation of technology of some kind. Not really the kind that we experience daily, but of a kind that we can conceive of and hope for. Web 4.0 is a concept that reaches to such a relationship among people and machines where machines become the slaves, not the masters, and they become much more reflective of our desires. Confidence on our part that our efforts will thus bear fruit, we can then address the challenges of bringing order from chaos.
This first step calls to mind Adam, the Great Classifier. His job was to name everything. If you are on the front lines of knowledge in your areas of interest, you, too need to actively classify. Classification is the language of business, to be sure, but it is also the language of all of the fields. We dispel disorder and chaos by classifying. Fortunately, there is no limit to the number of concepts we can deal with. To be sure, computers provide an important service in that regard.