Monthly Archives: January 2008

Links: 1-28-2008

inessential.com: Weblog: NetNewsWire and other desktop apps: your RSS router Quote: "… news comes in to NetNewsWire, and then you route stuff to wherever it should go." (categories: rssrouting aggregation aggregators feeds netnewswire ) Regular Expression Matching Can Be Simple … Continue reading

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deliciousposter 1.02 released and fun with html entities

I fixed a bug in deliciousposter that’s probably been wrecking havoc on anyone reading this site using an aggregator for a long time. You’re probably a nerd if you’re reading this post anyway, so I’ll bore you with the details. … Continue reading

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The Data Life Cycle of a Blog Post

Cool flash infographic in the latest issue of Wired that shows what happens to your blog post after you click the ‘publish’ button (I’ll save you the hassle of actually viewing it: after you click the ‘publish’ button, exciting things … Continue reading

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Links: 1-25-2008

Apache Mahout – Overview Mahout’s goal is to build scalable .. machine learning libraries. Initially, we are interested in building out the ten machine learning libraries detailed in http://www.cs.stanford.edu/people/ang//papers/nips06-mapreducemulticore.pdf using Hadoop. (categories: datamining apache hadoop java mapreduce opensource mahout machinelearning … Continue reading

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Links: 1-21-2008

Persai Research Feed corpus: 124,460 unique RSS/Atom feeds (categories: persai feeds rss research data bigdata ) The Rest of the Rest of Us Quote: “Poverty is the most restricting force in American life. It’s become somewhat unfashionable to point this … Continue reading

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Links: 1-20-2008

Michael Gartenberg – The Real Importance of iPhone Update 1.1.3 Quote: “… the 1.1.3 update .. wasn’t important for features per se, it’s important because it shows Apple can give the iPhone extended life by delivering upgrades through the iTunes … Continue reading

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Links: 1-19-2008

How Does FeedDemon Calculate Attention? Nick Bradbury posts the algorithmthat Feed Demon uses for determining a feed’s attention rank. (categories: feedemon attention attentionstream algo algorithms feeds rss syndication )

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Links: 1-18-2008

(theinfo) “… a site for large data sets and the people who love them” (categories: bigdata data megadata datasets visualization analytics analysis ) Themes – Google Code Description: The iGoogle Themes API allows you to personalize iGoogle by modifying the … Continue reading

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Links: 1-15-2008

Tristan O?Tierney ยป FlickrBooth Cool software for PhotoBooth that enables you to automatically post your photobooth pictures to Flickr. (categories: photobooth flickrbooth flickr camera free mac )

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Links: 1-11-2008

Manageability – How To Build Damn Good Software Graham Glass (Mind Electric fame) and John Wiegand and Erich Gamma (both of Eclipse fame) share a few morsels of wisdom on how to build good software. (categories: management software development java … Continue reading

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