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  1. I'm a little disappointed in this article. It's a little incoherent and doesn't do a great job of talking about what it means by statistics. It's something about the political power of data collection?
  2. Retroactive extensions! Those will sure encourage innovation. So shameful.
  3. Review of Pelevin by Ursula Leguin.
  4. updated: 2015-02-18, original: 2015-02-18 to , , , , , , , , - Archived Link
  5. Interesting story. The truth here seems to be something between "court throws out bayes law" and "judge realizes that garbage in means garbage out."
  6. I'm quoted in this article complaining about all the thugs and assholes in the hacker community. The way the article quotes it makes it sound like that's my opinion as a sociologist. It isn't. But I do feel that way.
  7. Via daf. I'm a big fan, if not a follower, of Reich.
  8. via orgtheory
  9. Alaine de Botton almost writes a film review.
  10. Syummary: Everybody sues everybody.
  11. 10xN, in fact.
  12. awesome
  13. "This – what you are reading at this moment – is a report about a report about reports. Specifically, it's about the official report that the state of Texas requires about all the reports it requires from its own agencies."
  14. via daf
  15. (via daf)
  16. Keeping track of physical items is hard,

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