Kathy Sierra has a point: “Cluelessness is underrated.” Or, as they say, ignorance is bliss. I agree with Kathy that those who are clueless and curious (the cluelessly curious? curiously clueless?) are the ones who don’t know enough to know what they don’t know — and such a clueless state can lead to good things (but often wastes a lot of time in the process). However, there’s nothing to celebrate in the cluelessly satisfied who revel in their denial of deeper understanding.