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Acting on the pieces in a database or XML document, small but powerful computer programs can pull together disparate materials in a way that compares, contrasts, and enhances them. For example, a scholar of ancient Greece simultaneously can see an image of a vase, commentaries from several other historians about that vase, and suggestions of similar artifacts from a database.

Something about this particular line in Prof Cohen’s book tickled me, and so I named my new blog after it.

I lined up two jobs today.  I’m nervous about balancing school and work.  Is anyone else nervous?  Any ideas/suggestions on how to handle it?

(I originally wrote “life” instead of “work”, which may or may not mean anything)

Posted August 30, 2011 by agentksilver in Digital IT

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