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RE: More on Vector Models - Chicken and Duck talk


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1)  To reply to David(1):  I don't think that, but it seemed a waste of time

to put tags around it or more smilies.  OTOH, black boxes are a pretty good 
place to hide bad processes.  Simply hooking up SOAs won't change that. 
The idea that Sarbanes-Oxley is amenable to SOA is interesting.  If ever 
there was an architectural challenge, that is one.

2)  To reply to David(2):  Vector models are informative.   There is a lot 
we can do without XML such as is being done with your gmail.  Discussions 
of the models can open up innovation.  It's always worth discussing.

So kill the chicken AND the duck.  Keep the meat.

len


From: M. David Peterson [mailto:m.david.x2x2x@g...]
Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 5:24 PM

I'll chip in a hundred just to kill this thread right here and now...

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