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data scientist: statistician who lives in select regions of california or works at bitly
yahoo!'s hadoop-based lda implementation is on github: http://bit.ly/kjPVbz / "it handles quite comfortably a billion documents."
will michael stonebraker be more famous as pro-level troll or "database pioneer", eventually? / http://bit.ly/qfa1oC
del.icio.us users! you haven't accepted avos' terms of service or exported all data yet? do so now, or lose it all: http://t.co/wpnQ8FQ4
google+ through the facebook lens / @yishanwong's amazingly insightful piece: http://b.qr.ae/iZZpki
will someone please build hetzner-status-status.de?
"people forget that in the early 1980s the c64 outsold the apple ][, ibm pc, and the atari 400/800 _combined_." / http://t.co/7POHUgXz
shutting down @googlereader, a product with millions of users, serviced by a staff of 5-10: plain old corporate irresponsibility
random polygons + mutation + face-detector = http://t.co/MfxX5Gek
not only does twitter not predict box office success (http://t.co/okdEeGyI), it can't even foretell the stock market: http://t.co/uo9dGMWn
farewell, google sets! / http://t.co/AAqORWl / also, probably your last chance to play with google set vista: http://t.co/AXEwpE7
cool tool du jour: @chneukirchen's unified @pinboard/@delicious network aggregator: http://t.co/c8x97zCA / sample: http://t.co/bjeRn08s
@classcentral have you noticed jennifer widom's db class is now available in "self-study" mode? / http://bit.ly/RWpecp
by benno stein's group at weimar, a compact timeline of information retrieval models: http://t.co/jaehzQzA
could be interesting: http://boltjs.org / layouts, models, data-binding &c.
a thank you to margalit fox for rescuing one non-canonical story of achievement: http://nyti.ms/139bhwe / alice kober, deciphering linear b
the quantified shelf
how hard could it be?