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RE: [xml-dev] Argument: Software design is important, data designis not

This whole thread is silly.
All software and programs are just bits (or qubits or "information units" or whatever) and there is nothing fundamentally different between any of them.   Therefore by extrapolation all software and data are equally useful or not useful depending on how you want to naval gaze.

Similarly in engineering.
All things are made up of matter and energy which any high school student can tell you is made from subatomic particles and maybe some dark energy and E&EM tossed in.  So clearly if you know how they work you can design an aircraft or a car or a human equally easily.


David A. Lee

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