Re: Business model tied to relational world

From: Cimode <>
Date: 21 Jun 2006 12:25:10 -0700
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And you have not seen the hundredth of it...Additional proof of SQL lost cause. It was burried the second it left RM principles...

Still BB's barking dogs think the opposite...Even worse..some of them try redefine RM according to SQL implementation nonsense...That's why they are Frauds...

Aloha Kakuikanu wrote:
> It looks like MySpace gathered a lot of data of some value. (What kind
> business doesn't -- duh!) Therefore, price it properly and sell it. A
> user want to query some data -- then provide an an interface to query
> it. A query in question is just something like
> select * from persons where status = single
> minus
> select * from persons AS OF Timestamp sysdate - 7
> where status = single
> Alternatively this poor (pun intended) guy had to write a script that
> navigates through a lot of pages, store those data and query it. A web
> front-end is clearly not an interface suited for querying -- hence
> those performance problems.
> I imagine some "clever" architect at MySpace right now is suggesting to
> create some services on top of their web front-end. What a waste!
Received on Wed Jun 21 2006 - 21:25:10 CEST

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