Superior data maintenance being devised in the United States is the initiative that might get the much awaited ‘Made in America’ tag back to the IT industry.
It so appears that a sandwich is all you need to explain how you could be a part of this evolution. Here’s how it goes. A forward thinking man of high discipline decades ago would look at today’s world of big data in a rather unexcited way. Perhaps, Richard Feynman would say it is nothing great – big data was eventually going to be possible.
High-sounding intellectual or even entrepreneurial discussions were never his cup of tea. Experimenting his way into things was his way.
Once, Feynman and Susskind were in a sandwich café, where the sandwiches were named after celebrities. Obviously, the two preferred to eat something that had less baloney.
You know, many celeb sandwiches could be very baloney-ish. No baloney in the Feynman sandwich, agreed the two friends. As Feynman’s old time friend Susskind would say in a recent talk, “The only way we can honor him today would be to have a little less baloney in our sandwiches.”