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>There he found existing data management systems ``seat-of-the-pants,
>with no theory at all,'' he recalled in one interview. ``I began reading
>documentation,'' Codd said, ``and I was disgusted.''
I relate. That's why I started my technical writing career....
Rose A. Wilcox
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Rose -dot- Wilcox -at- PinnacleWest -dot- com
Xander: Can you walk?
Giles: You're not real.
Xander: Sure, I'm real.
Giles: It's a trick. They get inside my head, make me see things I want.
Xander: Then why would they make you see me?
Giles: (considers) You're right. Let's go.
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