me, 2.0: jose nazario
beauty and the street
after a very long day of flying, the sun finally sets in new york.
like i said earlier, rerouted myself so i could get home
on thursday and avoid a snow storm in amsterdam. by the time
i got home i was wiped out.
found this on a recent trip, which is when i usually a copy of
the economist and read it on the plane. Face
value: Chief humanising officer, Economist, February 23rd 2005, an article
on robert scoble (MS corporate blogger). if you're considering a blog
for your business front end, have a look at scoble and how it works for him.
i'm more impressed by the large number of normal people who blog for
MS, they have really been a great army of advocates and pointers
for knowledge. i blogroll a bunch of them on ISD's secblogs.
an impressive achievement by the staff and team at MS.
while i don't know any C++, this looks like a good reason to learn: System for Modular Analysis and Continuous
Queries. basically a system that may open my eyes for some new
analysis methods, specifically on structured data. yes, i periodically
look at structured data, it's not all unstructured.
the internet algorithmics lab: projects
page lists some neat stuff from the UCSD people. i knew about them via their
links to CAIDA and the Auto Focus work they do. this is a great page, they're
using some interesting ideas and putting them to work.
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