The Migration Habits of Data

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The Migration Habits of Data

Mutual of Omaha once sponsored a program called, Wild Kingdom. The program made its host, Marlin Perkins, famous. We marveled at the fact that the parents of a man who made his living studying wildlife named him after a fish. Then we wondered if, had Marlin lived in the 21st century, his fascination with animals would apply to technology. If so, he might follow the migration habits of data.