I thought this couldn’t get any more perfect until the last line πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ A certain lawyer named after a resurrecting bird was a key component of my childhood and illustrates (see what I did there) this point perfectly. Notably, he did have a psychic to help him out. Wonder if that’ll be the next expected evolution for Data People. πŸ˜‰

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Sep 21, 2022Liked by Stephen Bailey

Delightful. I had already started googling what you call the predatory lawyers mechanising flight delay compensation for my comments contribution, but alas I give away my reading style.

> DEFENDANT D attested they never knew a warehouse existed.

Cuts deep.

Another thought - this legal battle only can occur later in the lifecycle of the pioneer-settler-planner paradigm, once the the Courthouse is built (ie the "Data Centre of Excellence" round table)

ps - feels like I need a Loom style emoji reacontion for sections that I πŸ˜‚'d at

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Hah. I actually had already sat down and wrote what I thought was needed for an actual, detailed contract to work between organizations (I was literally thinking between different, large companies.) More with the thought that showing how difficult, cumbersome, and painful it would be to do so, and how without actual financial penalties, none of it would work. https://jrandrews.net/risks-of-interfaces-with-partners/

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