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It seems to make more clear the observation that some people are confusing principle with taste, and my pointing it out results in it being projected upon me... It is essentially the nominal course of events.
- Handwriting recognition
- The ability to make and use templates
- Grids or guides or *something* to be able to teach measurement
I have gold star stickers for any good suggestions.
'It will not be long until your genome is tracked from birth to death. I am sure we do not want to have genome objects hacked or changed via silent corruption, yet this data will need to be kept maybe a hundred or more years through a huge number of technology changes. The big problem with archiving data today is not really the media, though that too is a problem. The big problem is the software that is needed and the standards that do not yet exist to manage and control long-term data,' writes Newman.