On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 2:27 PM, Nathan Rixham <nrix...@gmail.com> wrote:

> nope never been able to find any significant advantage; and thus ended
> up using http uri's in my own domain space(s) which are always
> guaranteed to be unique as I'm issuing them. bonus is that they can be
> dereferenced and server as both a universal (resource) identifier and a
> locater.
> ps: resource = anything that can be named.

Hi Nathan,

I'm interested in hearing your technique of generating your own uuid
if you don't mind sharing :).  I'm building a project to test my idea
about search engine and testing of different RDBMSes.  So naturally,
it (the app) would crawl the net and I'd have over a 1 billion rows.


PS: Here are some info for those who haven't heard of UUID/GUID:


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