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Defining aggregators
Aggregation Theory describes how platforms (i.e. aggregators) come to dominate the industries in which they compete in a systematic and predictable way.
- Direct Relationship with Users
- Zero Marginal Costs For Serving Users
- Demand-driven Multi-sided Networks with Decreasing Acquisition Costs
marketplace  aggregation 
16 days ago by Tiberiade
sloonz/ua: Universal Aggregator
This is a set of tools to aggregate all your information into your maildir. Each tool can be used separately ; you can find a more complete description in their respective folder.
aggregation  rss  maildir  data.hoarding 
18 days ago by tonious
GitHub - sloonz/ua: Universal Aggregator
This is a set of tools to aggregate all your information into your maildir. Each tool can be used separately ; you can find a more complete description in their respective folder.
maildir  aggregation  rss 
5 weeks ago by bezthomas
Bagging / Bootstrap Aggregation with R
Practical walkthroughs on machine learning, data exploration and finding insight.
bagging  bootstrap  aggregation  machinelearning  tutorial  blog  R 
6 weeks ago by areich
Uber’s new CEO • Stratechery
Ben Thompson has the best analysis of why the surprise choice for Uber's new boss, formerly at Expedia, actually makes a great deal of sense:
<p>Most news stories are making the obvious point that Khosrowshahi is qualified because he is a CEO for a tech company in the travel industry. What is even more relevant, though, is that Khosrowshahi is the CEO of an aggregator…</p>

Khosrowshahi (journalists will probably build in a keyboard shortcut for his name) chose not to buy because its margins were low, and Expedia at the time was attached to the high-margin merchant model:
<p>…, unlike Expedia, had minimal transactions costs for customers and suppliers. Hotels could sign up for on their own instead of having to negotiate a deal, which meant it was that led the industry in growth for many years; the full payoff of owning discovery in a world of drastically reduced distribution and transaction costs comes not from extracting margin from a limited set of suppliers, but rather from expanding the market to the greatest extent possible, creating the conditions for a virtuous cycle of more customers -> more suppliers -> more customers.

To Khosrowshahi’s credit he learned this lesson: Expedia was in big trouble in the years after he took over, and one of the changes Khosrowshahi made was to add the agency model to Expedia’s properties (Expedia now has a hybrid approach). It is a lesson that will serve him well as Uber’s CEO; the fundamental mistake made in so much Uber analysis comes from believing that drivers are the key to the model. For example, there was a very popular piece of analysis some months ago premised on evaluating the cost of driving for Uber relative to driving for a traditional cab company. It was a classic example of getting the facts right and missing the point.

In fact, what makes Uber so valuable — and still so attractive, despite all of the recent troubles — is its position with riders. The more riders Uber has, the more drivers it will attract, even if the economics are worse relative to other services: driving at a worse rate is better than not driving at a better one.</p>

Thompson's theory is that holding the choke point of aggregation systems is the way to get rich online. The problem is always figuring out whether you actually hold such a choke point. I'd love to know whether this thinking formed part of the Uber board's decision-making.

Notable that the losing candidate, Meg Whitman, worked at eBay - another aggregator.
uber  ceo  aggregation 
7 weeks ago by charlesarthur
OTG Cloud - Personal Media Cloud & WiFi Hot Spot - Monster Digital | Monster Digital
It does a motley of things. Becomes a cloud wifi server for a number of different things like USB, sd cards. Can charge your phone. It seems interesting, but sort of pointless.
interesting  Gadgets  products  aggregation 
9 weeks ago by skinnymuch
Tag online resources, generate feeds of tagged items, organize social-tagging projects, curate tags through a flexible filtering system, store tag records for deduping, preservation, export, modification, and search, aggregate feeds from other sources, including other tagging platforms, create custom feed remixes and republish everything as HTML, Atom, RSS, and JSON.
research  open-access  aggregation  tools 
11 weeks ago by jnchapel

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