[Taxacom] on the indicative nature of of compilations andaggregations of data

Jim Croft jim.croft at gmail.com
Mon May 24 06:38:45 CDT 2010

I assume you mean John Harrison of the chronometer and not James
Harrison who was hung drawn and quartered in 1602 for bucking the
orthodoxy of the day?

Although both stories are at once both apt and cautionary... :)


On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 6:15 PM,  <dipteryx at freeler.nl> wrote:

> History provides us with an interesting tale about how
> James Harrison (adopting a bottom-up approach) struggled
> with those who were 'guiding' this (top-down).

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