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An unsolicited forward to an unfinished book

Bill Tozier was generous enough to share an early draft of his book-in-progress, currently entitled Answer factories: The engineering of useful surprises. It’s a true joy, and I’m really looking forward to being able to read the “finished” work. It’s … Continue reading

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“…convenient and profitable for software houses…”

Segregating information by its mode of production, convenient and profitable for software houses, too often becomes a corrupting metaphor for evidence presentations. Why should the intellectual architecture of our reports and evidence reflect the the chaos of software bureaucracies producing … Continue reading

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