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This is a service that allows teams to create version control environments for data science projects. They are partially based out of London and also run regular meetups in London about reproducibility and science. I don't know much about their background, but my colleague Daniella has been to one of their meetups and got a lot our of it.
scienceontheweb  datascience  toblog  todigest  bitchin 
13 days ago by IanMulvany
The History Of Philosophy
A nice overview of connections between different philosophers. On first glance though, it does mostly seem to be dead white men.
toblog  graph  interesting  philosophy 
15 days ago by IanMulvany
10 Famous Authors on the Importance of Keeping a Journal
Many famous writers have kept journals or diaries — for many, it is a creative necessity, for others, a place for exploration, and for some an art form in and of itself. This week, Brain Pickings treated us to a few passages on the art of keeping a diary from Virginia Woolf’s A Writer’s Diary, and we were inspired to see what other authors had to say on the topic (we were also inspired to resume our old diaries, but never mind). After the jump, read ten famous writers on the importance of keeping a journal (or, in some cases, the lack thereof), and let us know whether you keep your own notebook, journal or diary in the comments.
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7 weeks ago by paulgreer
Mr. Rogers Had a Simple Set of Rules for Talking to Children
For the millions of adults who grew up watching him on public television, Fred Rogers represents the most important human values: respect, compassion, kindness, integrity, humility. On Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, the show that he created 50 years ago and starred in, he was the epitome of simple, natural ease.
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7 weeks ago by paulgreer
What Do Our Budding Young Socialists Actually Want?
Does it matter knowing so much into the future?
9 weeks ago by scritic

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