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I wanted to point out that almost everything about science is changing because of the impact of information technology. Experimental, theoretical, and computational science are all being affected by the data deluge, and a fourth, “data-intensive” science paradigm is emerging. The goal is to have a world in which all of the science literature is online, all of the science data is online, and they interoperate with each other. Lots of new tools are needed to make this happen.
Note: Jim Gray will forever be linked to defining the fourth paradigm, that of "data-intensive" science
Werner Vogels
13 Books with Public Notes
'We had a different form of chinging,' Eunice said. 'An earlier type of virtual-reality technology, much more robust and completely unaffected by time lag. You may have heard of it. We called it "reading".'
Note: We had a different type of virtual realtiy called "reading" :)
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“But Mr. de Zoet may pass through sea gate and away, over ocean. But I—all Japanese”—Ogawa listens to Hanzaburo and his friend’s conspiratorial grumbles—“prisoners all life. Who plot to leave is executed. Who leave and return from abroad is executed.
Note: Japan's borders were closed since the beginning of the period of seclusion (or isolation/Sakoku) that began in 1635.
Tom Killalea
218 Books with Public Notes

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