- n. Plural form of database.
“Unlike pages on the visible Web (that is, the Web that you can access from search engines and directories), information in databases is generally inaccessible to the software spiders and crawlers that create search engine indexes.”
“That is the impact the storm had on what we call databases and our ability to record pertinent information dealing with this number of people.”
“I see a lot of redundancy between Sun and IBM – in databases, operating systems and servers.”
“Of course, building such databases is a lot easier when you have a federal administration that committed to publishing government data online.”
“The important thing for artists is to have their music in databases of this sort.”
“As Justice Ginsberg notes, widespread use of computer databases is now the norm in America and massive amounts of data are collected, stored and shared among various governmental agencies.”
“Can't Post | Private Reply but the "Who's on-line" is still out - I believe until we get the transfer of sign-in databases secure and final.”
“Can strong IP rights in databases and information privacy/security coexist?”
“Fundamentally, PASS ID operates on the same flawed premise of REAL ID -- that requiring various "identity documents" (and storing that information in databases for later access) will magically make state drivers 'licenses more legitimate, which will in turn improve national security.”
“Or if you want a program that will let you move documents into various formats without too much trouble and wonderful built in databases and writing styles, try Notabene (www. notabene.com).”
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