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August 03, 2006

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James  Governor

I point to you here:
http://www.redmonk.com/jgovernor/archives/002015.html

Thomas Otter

Jeff,
Just discovered your blog via James Governor. He speaks highly of you...

It seems we have two things in common, an interest in long distance cycling, and privacy. I'd be interested finding out more about IBM's privacy research as this is directly related to my PhD, and getting you to join our little jaunt up Mont Ventoux in September....!-)

there is one thing you miss in your library analogy. The good old dewey decimal system. It remains a useful categorization framework, and I'm suprised it hasn't morphed somehow into the online world.

As a youngster I remember heading to the 960 section...

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