Posted by: GuyPardon
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Our sister site, Bitpipe.com, just sent me an email informing me that I could view a video of John Cleese offering advice on data distribution systems. (You’ll need to register but, IMHO, it’s worth it. Cleese in a unitard is a sight to behold.)
The video is the next in a series of dependably droll, frequently hilarious spots that follow Cleese’s work as “Dr. Harold Trainwreck” in The Institute for Backup Trauma and as the host at the Friendly Advice Machine.
Here’s Dr. Trainwreck on “Rule 26,” wherein he provides advice for corporate counsels and IT managers:
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And more of the good doctor, this time providing a (mock) tutorial on how to botch data management.
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