DEV LOG: Relational Databases Are A Solution in Search of a Problem
When knowledge increases, the web of things we know grows organically.
Man-made structures, on the other hand, are not growing. They are built.
A set of shared categories is something like that: it’s built once and used forever.
The Zettelkasten method encourages, or perhaps even obliges, a methodology of bottom up thinking. Taxonomy fails in a system that is evolving; by the very nature of rigidity stopping growth.
Is it even possible to plan sufficiently enough into the future to solve an entire problem?
There is an old wives’ tale that went along the lines of: “He who overfits his schema will find himself migrating his entire database come winter”.
An equal dose of iteration and humility creates successful programs. Planning merely sets the cardinal direction.
Kairos - the opportune moment. When running a business, sometimes the best play is to wait.
Exigence is the inherent pressure to do something about a situation immediately, with the action required depending on the situation.
The audience are the listeners who the rhetor is attempting to persuade. Constraints are the external factors that challenges the rhetors ability to influence, such as the audience's personal beliefs and motivations.
Additionally, factors such as cultural background, previous social experiences, and current mood, can influence the capacity to see and understand the correct and opportune moment of action.
Thus, the difficulty of using kairos in a modern rhetorical setting is understanding and working within its constraints, while also carefully considering unexpected situations and encounters that arise, in order to present one's rhetorical argument as naturally as possible.
Printers (at least the tiny variety) have a simple address and claim code that the server leaves open? Could anyone print anything at any time by brute forcing a claim code?
address: abcdef0123456789 DB id: 8 secret: 4a8489a9b8 claim code: 123a-456b-789c-012d
…The natural illuminance in the cloudy winter sky amounts to in our latitudes approximately 5,000 lux, on a sunny day up to 100,000 lux. A computer screen, very brightly adjusted, remains at a distance of 50 centimeters, however, below 500 lux.
"Even if children sit for hours in front of screens due to corona-induced distance learning, at least blue light eye damage is not to be feared as a result," the vision researcher noted.
ars longa, vita brevis