Tuesday, December 25, 2007

People who design and operate Grids are part of them

"Lessons in Grid Computing: The System Is a Mirror", by Stuart Robbins

Here are some ideas:

  • People who design and operate Grids are part of them
  • Handicap; nearly universal inability of technologists to explain themselves
  • The Prime Theorem:
    • The Information Systems mirror the people who build and operate them

This means:

  • Systems don't talk to each other, if people don't talk to each other
  • Relations between grids reflect the relationship between the people who build and operate them
  • Fixing problem of grid computing requires first fixing relationships between people
  • If we want to transform a Grid, we must transform ourselves too.

In my own words

Kabbalah, is where thought is born. where the music comes from. Even Hemingway, the quintessence of being down to earth, titled his first book 'the Sun also Rises.'

Yes, it does.

I choose books which give me a space to inhabit. A book should be an experience.

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