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Comment: Re:Yes but we're -really- the best in the -real wo (Score 1) 199 199

can I humbly add to french description : Brain specialists (perhaps due to research about inhibition of action on primates) For those who have the chance to understand french (?) : http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xpjec4_tv-lobotomie-la-verite-scientifique-sur-les-effets-de-la-television-conference-michel-desmurget-fsl5_news [dailymotion.com] in short : Television hurts brain and makes people unable to think. At best. SAT test plunging is synched to television adoption in US (31:53). 20:22 : the effect of television on child brain in one drawing ...

Comment: Re:no (Score 1) 393 393

For those who have the chance to understand french (?) : http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xpjec4_tv-lobotomie-la-verite-scientifique-sur-les-effets-de-la-television-conference-michel-desmurget-fsl5_news in short : Television hurts brain and makes people unable to think. At best. SAT test plunging is synched to television adoption in US (31:53). 20:22 : the effect of television on child brain in one drawing ...
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The NoSQL Ecosystem 381 381

abartels writes 'Unprecedented data volumes are driving businesses to look at alternatives to the traditional relational database technology that has served us well for over thirty years. Collectively, these alternatives have become known as NoSQL databases. The fundamental problem is that relational databases cannot handle many modern workloads. There are three specific problem areas: scaling out to data sets like Digg's (3 TB for green badges) or Facebook's (50 TB for inbox search) or eBay's (2 PB overall); per-server performance; and rigid schema design.'

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