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  1. Myria is a distributed, shared-nothing Big Data management system and Cloud service from the University of Washington. We derive requirements from real users and complex workflows, especially in science.
  2. updated: 2013-04-23, original: 2013-04-23 to , , , , , , , , by mako - Archived Link
  3. Heroku wants you to be able to fork data too. Good idea.
  4. "Cubism.js is a D3 plugin for visualizing time series. Use Cubism to construct better realtime dashboards, pulling data from Graphite, Cube and other sources. Cubism is available under the Apache License on GitHub."
  5. "Cube is a system for collecting timestamped events and deriving metrics. By collecting events rather than metrics, Cube lets you compute aggregate statistics post hoc. It also enables richer analysis, such as quantiles and histograms of arbitrary event sets. Cube is built on MongoDB and available under the Apache License on GitHub."
  6. Contains a Java based tool that turns dumps into a database and index and then an API for querying.
  7. CC announces the 4.0 process for their new licenses. And it basically looks great. The one exception is the revaluation of the database stuff. The language about not making this works is wise and smart, but it's also going pretty hard to imagine how they could walk that line. The situation now is CC zero for data, or nothing. Anything CC does is going to make that situation worse.
    updated: 2011-11-04, original: 2011-11-04 to , , , , , , , by mako - Archived Link
  8. A new R module that lets you keep your data on disk.
  9. Community forks MySQL, cleans stuff up.
  10. Good idea!
    updated: 2011-11-07, original: 2009-11-17 to , , , , by mako - Archived Link
  11. I sometimes forget other people don't keep email around. With the exception of opening oneself to overreaching subpoenas, deleting your email seems like a bad idea.
  12. Great article. The second article in this series is important as well.
  13. I don't know much about Mangnolia but this seems like a very good reason to be worried about Software as a Service.

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