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2020-01-06 | Journal | Visceral Match

I finally broke through the barrier on CB as far as simplifying what it does and expressing it. It is funny... I still remember first realizing that the schema was a universal approach. I could picture it end-to-end, and it hasn't really changed that much since then. It has just taken quite awhile to turn what I realized into something that works. It doesn't fit anybody else's model, though. For some, I imagine, it is related to the Upton Sinclair quote: "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it." But for most, it depends on the reader's model(s). This is language, audience... we call it many things, but for those paid to manage systems, particularly in information technology, it is more visible, as though the insides of the animal are exposed and pulsing. The models are always close, and they are attached to their models in a visceral way, so a match between models is crucial for adoption, and more difficult. Calling the output a handbook helps.

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