Tiny Trilogy

Tiny Trilogy

Peter Thomas writes:

Although tinyurl.com was a pioneer in URL shortening, it seems to have been overtaken by a host of competing services. For example I tend to use bit.ly most of the time. However I still rather like the tinyurl.com option to create your own bespoke shortened URLs.

This feature rather came into its own recently when I was looking for a concise way to share my recent trilogy focusing on the use of historical data to justify BI/DW investments in Insurance.

Good series of posts on historical data and business intelligence. I suspect many of these lessons could be applied fairly directly to using historical data to justify semantic integration projects.

Such as showing what sharing would have meant as far as information on terrorists prior to 9/11.

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