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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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It’s worth 10 minutes of your time

And the day after I get around to posting this, he announces that he’s not running after all. Sigh. The reasons he gives in his new video are clear and convincing, however, and there’s always the possibility that he might … Continue reading

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