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amoninous
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amoninous   9/19/2012 12:09:58 PM
I guess IF you were standing next to this fellow during his investigation, you'd probably have a far better appreciation for the engineering/programming dilemma.  But, reading about it from the vantage point of several decades later, it seems that one would do just as well reading Homer or Cicero in their native text.

In general, I think most of these blogs are so "lingo-specific" that they lose much of their impact to readers NOT familiar with industry-specific terminology.

Rob Spiegel
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Doubling the throughput
Rob Spiegel   9/18/2012 11:14:23 AM
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This is a good Sherlock Ohms story about using ingenuity to double the production on the conveyor. A lot of this type of optimization is done with intelligent tools these days. Not long ago, it all had to be done with brain tissue.

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