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Information hoarders

June 4, 2012 No Comments

Source: Salon.com

This is an interesting article on Big Data before the term “Big Data” was around. It is an interview with an historian discussing how people collected and organized information, pre-Big Data, from Pliny to present.

A Harvard history professor explains how human societies evolved to collect, organize and use data

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