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BioCoder strikes again http://t.co/VSHurTHe0Q @mikeloukides on the new BioCoder issue, and a call to action for format & story ideasKnow your blind spots. Still time to register for Lies, Damn Lies, and Metrics w/ André Arko @indirect This week - http://t.co/NZin363w02Commodity data analytics for health care http://t.co/nvKJQ03DJM @praxagora on Predixion "a step toward universal application of analytics"Intoxicating machines http://t.co/y8cfa2A4jA @JonBruner on the fast democratization of hardware and an era of easy experimentationRT @mikeloukides: Yes: The key to selling the smart home is open standards. This is the only way forward. http://t.co/yrYqScebRsDocker Patterns, Better Research, Streaming Framework, and Data Science Textbook http://t.co/GZwiaQ39o7 @gnat Four short links
10/22
2014
RT @mikeloukides: Gene Spafford on the Growing Tide of Anti-Intellectualism: http://t.co/98EJ83QA8LArt of Application Performance Testing by @IanMoly will help you plan, gain approval for, coordinate, + conduct tests http://t.co/67Dwx4WN3MOpen data for open lands http://t.co/mSMlARYENZ @TimOReilly & @alyraz > http://t.co/hadKHMk09x should be a platform, not a siloMT @mikeloukides: @codinghorror on building a community with real standards for behavior. It's your house. http://t.co/YdIK6zuRPXData Delusions, OS Robotics, Insecure Crypto, and Free Icons http://t.co/YhaXnksFPf @gnat Four short links
10/21
2014
National Cyber Security Awareness Month - learn the hacker mindset, protect your systems + improve forensics skills. http://t.co/tdL9ls1QPfThe Internet of Things is here, but the rules to run it are not http://t.co/4A5YNz5DN6 Should “privacy by design” become a safety standard?If computers think for themselves, should they have human rights? http://t.co/lkzsXAnWdz Martine Rothblatt on legal rights for AIRT @mikeloukides: Excellent article about coding for all movement: http://t.co/WrJfSnmyrtLeaky Search, Conditional Javascript, Software Proofs, and Fake Identity http://t.co/m1x7PrCdHe @gnat Four short links
10/20
2014
MT @globalmoxie: Yosemite's Handoff is only the beginning. My seminar on designing interactions between devices: http://t.co/kI8fuqgnIVUse data or be data http://t.co/oqIxIYdpMT @trinachi: "If you’re not learning about data...you’re going to be left behind"Early Release @intensivedata: Designing Data-Intensive Applications by @martinkl http://t.co/0ibfM4Xjoo2FA, Copy Image Text, Electric Garbage Trucks, and MSFT's Q http://t.co/14EGhC3SNm @gnat Four short links
10/17
2014
What happens when fashion meets data? http://t.co/HoHwXZ0sbB New @Radar podcast w/ @LizaK on data & fashion, and @firt on mobile & IoTHere are five thought provoking essays to discover the whys & hows of the new #Distributed frontier Free book http://t.co/gkNfg8lsSqEye Catcher, Exoskeleton, Homebrew Cray, and Information Architecture http://t.co/vkZpAZQNkz @gnat Four short links
10/16
2014
The human side of Hadoop http://t.co/5J6AF301rA @cutting on applications of Hadoop, origins of "Hadoop," and his optimism about data privacy
10/15
2014
Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day http://t.co/rRNaHMTyyd The O'Reilly community shares stories of inspiring women in tech — who inspired you?Science Startups, UAV Platform, Distributed vs Scalable, and Multiplayer Spreadsheet http://t.co/1NVyaGLk0h @gnat Four short links
10/14
2014
Watch @rogerm's conversation w/ @cutting about favorite uses of Hadoop, data ethics, #Strataconf #HadoopWorld & more http://t.co/tpTMqzgmfERT @make: This glove can translate sign language into text! http://t.co/V7cmzqC47MRT @mikeloukides: Nice: measuring very low currents with Raspberry Pi http://t.co/bwIdDwzzuOInterview w/ #StrataConf #Hadoopworld speaker @mithunrk on #Hadoop at #Yahoo by @odbmsorg Editor Roberto V. Zicari http://t.co/cGfBkKBLFMPerform statistical analysis computationally w/ 'Think Stats: Exploratory DataAnalysis' by @AllenDowney http://t.co/rNhmMVHy7zResume Driven Development http://t.co/K23q5zQOKS @mikeloukides "the problem is that it probably doesn’t work"Angular Style, Consensus Filters, BASE Banks, and Browser Performance http://t.co/fgugw041mu @gnat Four short links
10/13
2014
RT @timoreilly: Fascinating post about tipping points: "When can becomes must." http://t.co/PYMLiVMLFp via @acrollIt’s time to call time on nerd culture http://t.co/MUx92dLNxz @petewarden "We need to value being a decent human being more than we do now"For code as elegant as the API it powers, check out @miguelgrinberg's video on Building Web APIs with Flask: http://t.co/6OtznnmNC2 #pythonRT @mikeloukides: Excellent! The dangerous gap between those who make software, and those who use it http://t.co/HphG6QRDu2RT @jafurtado: Tim Berners-Lee: Data sharing needs accountability,by Cliff Saran / ComputerWeekly http://t.co/4Eoeq0Gd0eEvolving Malware, Male Advocates, Every BU is an Internal Startup, and Amazonian Warehouses http://t.co/Od3fDpPvxa @gnat Four short links
10/10
2014
Why we live in an anti-tech age http://t.co/Y9xkq8422J @peterthiel on "how hostile our society is to technology"Learn @ArgyleData's approach to develop real-time fraud analytics using anomaly detection http://t.co/KRTkRdBZe1 Live #Strataconf WebcastRT @nytimesbits: Disruptions: Wearable Technology That Feels Like Skin http://t.co/FifPxBdOuIRT @techreview: Generator Produces 25,000 Watts without Consuming Fuel http://t.co/FLK3IkQiAGAPI Docs, Top Trends, Byzantine Fault Tolerance, and Devops in Practice http://t.co/vF2MR2i2nj @gnat Four short links
10/9
2014
Solve configuration management issues in enterprises large and small w/ Learning Chef by @misheska + @sethvargo http://t.co/1B4LaL86kRNew #Strataconf report: What the data world can learn from the fashion industry http://t.co/moN2KyzOmt "the beginning of a growing trend"Inside Solid: what won’t drones do? http://t.co/6jTrHaBCek How Moore's Law applies to drones—a backchannel meditation on drone limitationsRT @mikeloukides: Do you really want to automate all the thingz? http://t.co/pASyVYBOvWNew #Strataconf post @mike7pilot: Survey shows the market is ready for cloud-based #bigdata services http://t.co/o5JGIqvpid #teradatacloudRT @WIRED: Three wild concepts for the future of money http://t.co/RpMVQp4ti9Tracking Awareness, Simple GUIs, Service Design, and Pull-Based Development http://t.co/CEaak3dmh2 @gnat Four short links
10/8
2014
MT @mikeloukides: Floodwatch: Track the ads you see, and how advertisers monitor & use your browsing behavior http://t.co/ovB3Xgkk1rGreat article by @cshirky on the Maker Movement in China http://t.co/mVaYz8M8Rr HT @ginablaber @gnatDon't have an intelligent data strategy? You're missing out on what the World Economic Forum called "the new oil." http://t.co/if8WUJkq4ZRT @mikeloukides: Wireless network performance in the real world: Uplink Latency of WiFi and 4G Networks http://t.co/wpVCuiCJPSRT @Hinman: Join me next Tuesday for my free O’Reilly webcast on wearable technology. http://t.co/r6V0cTNKLq #wearabletechChinese Makers, Code Projects, Distributed Data Structures, and Networked Games http://t.co/9pM9NXnCaS @gnat Four short links
10/7
2014
RT @MaryTreseler: Why you must use empathy effectively in UX design http://t.co/NzCaEOPMlE via @DesignerDepotUser Experience is Everything. How's Yours? Learn How to Create Great UX's for Great Impact http://t.co/RPp9AH3lQ9Learn how to write idiomatic, effective Python code by leveraging its best features. Fluent Python by @ramalhoorg http://t.co/gbf99MGPvkMT @beaucronin: @petewarden on nerd culture deserves to be widely read: http://t.co/W7xvaMQRGdMT @mikeloukides: Law enforcement and crypto: You can't build a "back door" that only the good guys can walk through http://t.co/HqEpCuXPOUChallenges facing predictive APIs http://t.co/tEDEW4vDHy @beaucronin on issues that must be addressed before value can be unlockedNerd Culture, Cited Papers, Better Javascript, Robo-Provisioning http://t.co/flOLHZOD7A @gnat Four short links
10/6
2014
RT @marcharlier: “There is much to learn from the paper towel” by @craigmod http://t.co/3vN1wVgt3K… via @melbrattRT @OReillyMedia: Get practical guides for connecting your world + Save 50% on new #IoT ebooks http://t.co/GVTGOyIYnKRT @craigmod: "When you arrive, the car makes you sing the grocery store’s jingle to unlock the doors." http://t.co/divSvWWCS5RT @sciam: Citizen Science Is Stimulating a Wealth of Innovative Projects http://t.co/UZ4H8kjxttPhysical Web, USB Horrors, Microsoft Sway, and Startup Code http://t.co/ufWFxkCJpO @gnat Four short links
10/3
2014
RT @OReillyMedia: #Ebook Deal/Day: Cython: A Guide for Python Programmers - $12.99 (Save 50%) Use code DEAL http://t.co/kfgwsacgNRA foundation of empathy http://t.co/XfSWdINvyk @Radar podcast: @TimOReilly on DevOps, empathy, UX / Mikey Dickerson on commitment escalationI Heart Logs, CS50 Eating The World, Meeting Transcripts, Binary Analysis http://t.co/6WJuH7aVEI @gnat Four short linksRT @mikeloukides: Beyond Light Table: Eve, giving everyone access to computing. This is worth watching. http://t.co/R1rXUtCuWnAsynchronous now! http://t.co/uhBcMlgkxq @sandersk > "We cannot keep up with email because it cannot keep up with us."
10/2
2014
RT @flowingdata: Open source mapping lab http://t.co/LHduGn53tvContinuous Testing, Programmable Bees, Deep Learning on GPUs, and Silk Road Numbers http://t.co/fqDpfos38h @gnat Four short linksStop hacking random stuff. It’s getting trivial. http://t.co/bHrMpO9GkW @JonBruner on having a nuanced discussion about securityWhat Amazon, iTunes & Uber teach us about Apple Pay http://t.co/ipEZFUDorz "Apple Pay optimizes for how the world *does* work" - @timoreillyDeal/Day: Save 50% - Best of September: Top 20 Ebooks + Videos - Find out what's hot and trending http://t.co/9mMu00Rans
9/30
2014
#Hadoop Security: Protecting Your #BigData Platform http://t.co/1X3n9CeHHe Early Release by @fwiffo & Ben Spivey is now availableFeedback Surprises, Ownership Changes, Teaching Lessons, and 3D Retail http://t.co/iHSClEDW59 @gnat Four short links
9/29
2014
An open source AI project aims to replicate DeepMind's mastery of video games. Info: http://t.co/ctNd5mVW0A Code: http://t.co/hoCHRYzKfiThe personal blog is an important, under-respected art form - 1 of @anildash's 15 lessons from 15 years of blogging http://t.co/HmrsITnjPXSpeech recognition for kids is tricky. @toytalk cracked it with a clever process involving chatty kids and improv http://t.co/ctEPkg3j7x#Strataconf #HadoopWorld Industrial Internet Day features #BigData Analytics: Enabling Innovation while Reducing Risk http://t.co/40GvU6sR6qH2O is "an optimized HTTP server implementation that can be used either as a standalone server or a library" http://t.co/leGuJNHDbHGood Communities, AI Games, Design Process, and Web Server Library http://t.co/bDh19fotX6 @gnat Four short links
9/26
2014
MT @mikeloukides: A new class of antibiotics, based on genetically engineering bacteria causing the infection #synbio http://t.co/5FpcDuMh6jRT @OReillyMedia: #Ebook Deal/Day: Salt Essentials - $16.99 (Save 50%) Use code DEAL http://t.co/hSHOnD8wn9Scaling NoSQL databases: 5 tips for increasing performance http://t.co/MfunAAlv47 @alexandrubordei shares lessons learnedFacebook Lays Out Its Roadmap for Creating Internet-Connected Drones http://t.co/x6jawpbHNM HT @TimOReillyIn pursuit of universal IoT standards http://t.co/IaesN8FPnT Universal standards could super-charge IoT growth, but can we get there?RT @mikeloukides: Is the pendulum swinging in the other direction, away from developer platform fragmentation? http://t.co/FoeF9KQOlTPlatform Instrumentation, Subtle Lessons, Evidence-Based Scheduling & Alternative World Views http://t.co/e03o1zdh5E @gnat Four short links
9/24
2014
Whale-watchers take note: free iPhone app uses crowdsourced reports to help ships avoid endangered Pacific whales. http://t.co/xpgqeldBr3RT @joshsimmons: Square's new cash register will take Bitcoin, Apple Pay and much more http://t.co/H39sFHk3beRT @OReillyMedia: Harvard Makes Soft Robotics Open-Source http://t.co/VfxnOI4smk via @motherboard http://t.co/TvG6MGbVI2RT @OReillyMedia: #Ebook Deal/Day: Learning QlikView Data Visualization - $11.49 (Save 50%) Use code DEAL http://t.co/f44kfEIWYEThe UPS Store will 3-D print stuff for you http://t.co/Rqo7csjH4U "a replica femur bone would be around $325" // via @qzWho will build the “god platform” for the IoT? http://t.co/kTZGOxbl73 @TimOReilly: "it’s a horse race, but I’d say odds are against Apple"
9/23
2014
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