36 Chambers – The Legendary Journeys: Execution to the max!

March 22, 2012

Computing Notes

Filed under: Computinating, Database Administration — Kevin Feasel @ 6:49 pm
  • Here’s an interesting Ars Technica story on how Red Hat has moved into the enterprise world.  I have moved away from Red Hat over the years, but I’m still rooting for them to succeed.
  • Hypernormal forms to replace Inmon/Kimball data warehouses?  The normalization nut side of me likes this, but I’ll believe it when I see it.
  • A transparent 3D desktop is interesting, but how long can you keep your arms like that before you get tired?  I look forward to a serious, non-gimmicky 3D desktop, and maybe this will be it…but I have my doubts.
  • ESR on the Internet as an organic process and how corporate whores and governments won’t have an easy time censoring it.
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