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Wednesday, April 22, 2009


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That's very impressive; I think these 15 points are going to become my mantra as a developer from now on.

Viv Lonsdale

I don't agree with 9. I think that unstructured data has a value of zero regardless of time.

For example. If I stood on the edge of a tall building and tore all the pages out of a book (converting it from structured information, to unstructured information). The individual pages values from moment of release, to hitting the ground would not changed. Time has nothing to do with the devaluing of data. Only the ability to organise/disorganise data can change its value.

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