The degree to which the data or metadata is structured is referred to as its "granularity" . "Granularity" refers to how much detail is provided. Metadata with a high granularity allows for deeper, more detailed, and more structured information and enables greater levels of technical manipulation. A lower level of granularity means that metadata can be created for considerably lower costs but will not provide as detailed information. The major impact of granularity is not only on creation and capture, but moreover on maintenance costs. As soon as the metadata structures become outdated, so too is the access to the referred data. Hence granularity must take into account the effort to create the metadata as well as the effort to maintain it.
thx 4 your input.
Sativa halts or stems my dyslexia immediately.
Where I’m unable to type a 4 letter word in under a minute, now I’m proficient!
It’s only fair to point out that alcohol does the very same thing.
But, with alcohol it leaves me down, out and burned out, but with Sativa I remain energised.
I can stem the effects of alcohol by drinking plenty of fluids and taking vitamin supplements. But why, if all you need is a little Sativa without all the other requirements, why alcohol?
Because I’m a CDL (trk driver) I must depend on alcohol.
But when I retire in a few short years, it’ll be drop the A and lite-up the Sativa!
Thx 4 your input!