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Gathering Data Through Life

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Every once in a while, I find a list of places posted on the Internet with a "how many have you visited?" question attached. This might be US states, countries, cities, or even attractions. I love traveling with my wife and having new experiences, and as we've gotten older, we value the experiences more than […]

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The Next Data Decade

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There are lots of predictions that people make at the start of every year. I've written quite a few over the years, but in 2020 I decided not to make any. After all, there are plenty of other people making them. One person that did make some was Jeff Clarke, COO of Dell. He wrote […]

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