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To Cite or to Steal? When a Scholarly Project Turns Up in a Gallery
What I was seeing was an announcement for a show by Jason Shulman at Cob Gallery called Photographs of Films. The press and interviews collected on the gallery’s website lauded a conceptual beauty and rigor in his work, but the only thing I could see was a rip-off. “Email for price list.” These images were unmistakably similar to the distinctive work I had been producing for years, and it was not long before friends started writing to let me know.
copyright  art  aggregation  averaging  images  movies  rip-offs  jason-shulman  jason-salavon  kevin-l-ferguson 
may 2017 by jm
You CAN Average Percentiles
John Rauser on this oft-cited dictum of percentile usage in monitoring, and when it's wrong and it's actually possible to reason with averaged percentiles, and when it breaks down.
statistics  percentiles  quantiles  john-rauser  histograms  averaging  mean  p99 
july 2016 by jm

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