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Humoring Monday morning

What with government agencies being overwhelmed with more and more electronic records, where could they turn to get a handle on this information overload?

One potential solution is the Cinco MIDI organizer. Although primarily targeted for the MIDI vertical, this Cinco organizer could work for a wide variety of data types, we bet. Perhaps even Google should take a look at this ultra-modern filing system:


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Hmm, we wonder if the UMRN protocol is an open-standard.

(Spoiler: Warning Monday morning humor at work here, courtesy of Adultswim.com. Tip o' the hat: KC)

Posted by Joab Jackson on Jan 13, 2008 at 9:39 AM


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