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Unstructured data? What a revolutionary concept.
Tue 20 May 2003, 09:48 AMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
It was hard not to laugh when I read this post. While I don't have a strong opinion about Office 11, I do find laughable the idea that making unstructured data accessible and available is a revolutionary concept created by Microsoft. Lotus introduced Notes over a decade ago to allow better control and use of unstructured data, and our Midas Rich Text LSX was introduced six years ago to give even better access to the unstructured data within Notes (rich text), and it just seems so like Microsoft to invent an idea once there are 90 million + users of the idea.
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What has been said:
10.1. Gerco Wolfswinkel (05/22/2003 09:50 AM)
You said "While I don't have a strong opinion about Office 11, I do find the idea that making unstructured data accessible and available is a revolutionary concept created by Microsoft"
I think you meant to say you Don't think this is a revolutionary idea by Microsoft, right :-)
10.2. Ben Langhinrichs (05/22/2003 11:17 AM)
Actually, I left out the word 'laughable'. I have fixed it. Thanks!