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  1. 22-04-2012 to , , , by aldeka
  2. This is a network file transfer program that seems very cool but also a little bitrotted.
  3. I keep thinking I should find a way to use this, and I keep failing to actually figure out a way to use this.
  4. Looks like a successor to Blosxom and PyBlosxom and maybe also IkiWiki.
    21-12-2011 to , , , , by mako
  5. I use this pallet quite a lot from within ggplot2.
  6. NLP toolkit by the same team that built the Java Wikipedia database indexer/API. Looks pretty good.
    updated: 08-11-2011, original: 07-11-2011 to , , , , , , , , by mako
  7. Contains a Java based tool that turns dumps into a database and index and then an API for querying.
  8. A bunch of R code to fit your power law distributions.
  9. Another cool looking tool from The King.
  10. Some day, I'm going to want a script that does this. When that day comes, I hope I remember I bookemarked it here.
  11. Looks pretty awesome.
  12. Via Ari
  13. Amazing looking library for manipulating XML in a UNIX like fashion.
    19-05-2011 to , , , , , , by mako and 1 other
  14. Super cool project by Salganik.
  15. Huh. I don' t think I would use these. But it's interesting and kind of cool.
  16. "But even if TextMate 2 drops from the sky fully-formed and marveled at by all, Emacs will still be there, waiting. It will be there when the icecaps melt and the cities drown, when humanity destroys itself in fire and zombies, when the roaches finally achieve sentience, take over, and begin using computers themselves - at which point its various Ctrl-Meta key-chords will seem not merely satisfyingly ergonomic for the typical arthropod, but also direct evidence for the universe's Intelligent Design by some six-legged, multi-jointed God."
  17. I don't understand how this is different than normal wdiff but I like wdiff a lot and have heard that this software is great.
  18. A dozens tools to do the job poorly.
  19. This is the best website I think I've seen introducing academic models to a non-academic context anywhere.
  20. I want one. And I can't believe I just gave up 8:33 of my life to that video.
    06-05-2010 to , , , , , by mako

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