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"[T]he Oracle contract calls for 270,000 software licenses and maintenance agreements -- more than the number of state workers. Many state workers, such as prison guards, have no need for database software, which manages and updates stored information." — I'm sure they could use some additional licenses to keep track of their existing ones ...David Ness: "[create Personal Information Manager]s — PIMs — have been around for a long time. They seem to be re-invented with every generation of computation. And, somehow, they just don't seem to catch on as we'd expect them to. So they die, only to be reborn in another cycle, often by people who don't apparently know much about the earlier history." — to be read in the formidable Piled Higher and Deeper.NEC Research Institute: Winners don't take all: Characterizing the competition for links on the web" — "Research has shown that the distribution of links to all sites on the web approximates a "power law", that is, a small number of sites receive the majority of links and most sites receive very few links."
modelingtheweb.com/modelingtheweb.pdfJohn Weir interview. [ Ø MLAKE • ]those punched cards." — A weird kind of "simple".
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