Monthly Archives: March 2010

Getting Boxed into the Personalization Corner (or Olly’s Problem with Pandora)

You can tell someone lots of facts about you, but what helps them “know” you is how they understand those facts.  Take for example my musical tastes – I can tell you I like “The Crystal Method,” “The Shamen,” “Simple … Continue reading

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Breaking the Shackles of the Schema with a More Humanistic Query Language

(co-written with David Boardman David Boardman: Many years ago I was on a trip with my wife across Ireland.  For those of you who have made the trip, it’s highly likely that you have a piece of Waterford crystal … Continue reading

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