My body is a grand computer operated machine and like any machine it often needs maintenance. The maintenance in this instance happens to do with the database. The database is what stores everything possible in my life, my memories, my writing, friends/foes/lovers, and any question I have ever sought to answer philosophical or otherwise. I spent many years compiling and organizing this data but it has grown exponentially and changed in ways that I am not yet even aware of. As the database has grown I have began creating index of commonly used data, often referring to the indexes rather than the database itself for quick recall of previously stored data. Now, as I go back and verify that information in the indexes and compare it to the database I am finding discrepancies, holes and misleading information. So now I must go through the process of rebuilding these indexes and reconnecting them to the database to verify that the data they are pulling up is accurate. I will also be dropping any information that is no longer useful and deleting those index entries. This will no doubt disrupt my entire life and turn everything upside down but it must be done
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Published January 12, 2013
Literature & Fiction.