Nat Torkington recently had a pointer to a rather serious topic about using google to see peoples prejudices towards others, known as the [prejudice map](http://blog.outer-court.com/prejudice/). It is probably worth looking at on its own merits, but rather than focus on something mundane like improving humanity, I thought I’d try this technique on something much more important: geek religious wars! To that end here are the results of some common thoughts in the open source database community:
PostgreSQL is known for: features, stability, reliability
MySQL is known for: simplicity, reliability, speed, scaling, data corruption and performance.
And Sqlite? Apparently it’s known for not having any documents found [[image /xzilla/templates/default/img/emoticons/tongue.png alt=”:-P” style=”display: inline; vertical-align: bottom;” class=”emoticon” /]]