Explorer. CTO. Humanist.
For some time now I’ve been enthralled with the idea that data physical locality should be descriptive rather than prescriptive.
Another in my seven-hundred-ninety-one part trilogy on why any up-to-date recording of a sequence of ongoing events can exist only a single point in space.
(Another in my 947 part series on why anything centralized inherently sucks. I barely even like central air)
Lets rip off the band aid: It might work well enough for brochureware, but for web-based applications, centralized…