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I'm not much of a database person myself. I bought a copy of FileMaker in the dark ages and managed to run a small business with it, but as I say, even that was pre-bubble one.
But when I ran across Kem Meyer's diagram explaining why a single DB-guy is bad for ones' health (especially the DB-guy), I got it immediately. Talk about a nice "napkin sketch".
See: this is why I'm not a database person.
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