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How Soviet Science Magazines Fantasized About Life in Outer Space - Atlas Obscura
A tall stele rises from a deeply cratered surface, casting a long, ominous shadow past a row of smaller towers. Straight lines connect the structures to each other, like streets on a map or the projected moves in a game of cosmic chess.
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18 days ago by ldodds
The weeds of opening data - Open Data Charter - Medium
At the end of each month, open data champions from around the world dig into the weeds of policy implementation challenges, including unpacking anonymization techniques, managing barriers for an open culture, generating value through data trusts, and more.
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20 days ago by ldodds
Moving Online in Pandemic: Preamble | Full Circle Associates
I am going to share a series of blog posts over the next days about how to move your group interactions online. For me, however, there is some starting context, a preamble, if you may. Skip this if you want to get right to the point. Come back to it later if you wish.
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21 days ago by ldodds
The standard of healthcare accreditation standards: a review of empirical research underpinning their development and impact
This article has been other articles in PMC.cited by Associated Data Supplementary Materials Additional file 1 Appendix 1. Accreditation and Standards Agencies websites searched. 1472-6963-12-329-S1.
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24 days ago by ldodds
Google Maps' Jen Fitzpatrick Says the Future of Maps Goes Beyond Driving | WIRED
Fifteen years ago this week, Google Maps launched on the web. It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that Google Maps transformed both the way we think about maps and the way we move around in the world.
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27 days ago by ldodds
Self-driving car dataset missing labels for hundreds of pedestrians
And that's a problem that is extremely dangerous. Machine learning, the process of teaching computer algorithms to perform new tasks by example, is poised to transform industries from agriculture to insurance. But ML models can only be as good as the data on which they're trained.
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27 days ago by ldodds
Mapping in logistics report
To most people, maps work fine. When they don’t, it’s just a bit annoying. But to logistics companies that need to deliver more and more parcels at a faster pace, the state of maps has never had a bigger impact on their daily operations.
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27 days ago by ldodds
A closer look at how Waze develops its maps
In any given week, there are up to 60,000 people contributing to Waze’s map development across the globe, and they’ve become growing communities of dedicated volunteers.
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27 days ago by ldodds
An organisation design primer - emrosebaz - Medium
People ask me this question fairly frequently. I have an “org design primer” email that I send to curious people, but thought it might be more useful if I chucked it into a public post.
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27 days ago by ldodds
Regulation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution - GOV.UK
The world is changing faster than ever. New technology is creating new industries, changing existing ones and transforming the way things are made. We need a more agile approach to regulation, that supports innovation while protecting citizens and the environment. We are a nation of innovators.
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27 days ago by ldodds
Energy company found to be a public authority under Environmental Information Regulations - WFW
"Unsurprisingly, the ICO was satisfied that the generation and supply of energy are “activities of particular importance to the citizens and economy of the UK and can therefore be considered services performed in the public interest”" When it came to determine whether E.
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27 days ago by ldodds
3 Bodies partner to promote big data - Graphic Online
Three institutions, Ghana Statistical Services (GSS), Vodafone Ghana and the Flowminder Foundation, have embarked on a partnership to produce official statistics using de-identified telecommunications data to strengthen humanitarian and development decision-making in the country.
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27 days ago by ldodds
My Tesla was in a hit and run. It recorded the whole thing. - The Washington Post
My parked car got gashed in a hit-and-run two weeks ago. I found a star witness: the car itself. Like mine, your car might have cameras. At least one rearview camera has been required on new American cars since 2018.
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27 days ago by ldodds
💭🦠 Coronavirus on the Latin Bridge - Exponential View
I’m not getting all Heaven’s-Gatey when I suggest that the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) could have a catalytic effect on the transition to the exponential age. It throws into relief so many of the current issues of our modern geopolitical and economic arrangements.
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27 days ago by ldodds
Grantmaking service blueprints: Aligning people, process, and tech for impact
Service blueprints are an efficient and effective way to see how your people, processes and technology fit together to deliver your work; they're key forsuccessful digital transition in grantmaking organizations.
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27 days ago by ldodds
Communication about Coronavirus - WintonCentre - Medium
There’s been some dire headlines about the current outbreak , such as ‘Virus Panic’ from the Daily Mirror last week, featuring one woman wearing a face mask, and reports of hand gel selling out. As a main official recommendation is to wash hands, buying hand gel hardly seems a panic reaction.
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27 days ago by ldodds
How Data Commons Can Support Open Science - CAOS by Sage Bionetworks - Medium
In the discussion about open science, we refer to the need for having data commons. What are data commons and why might a community develop one? I offer a brief introduction and describe how data commons can support open science.
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5 weeks ago by ldodds
Google AI no longer uses gender binary tags on images of people
Google’s image-labeling AI tool will no longer label pictures with gender tags like “man” and “woman,” according to an email seen by . In the email, Google cites its ethical rules on AI as the basis for the change.
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5 weeks ago by ldodds
Why new strategies for developing the future’s knowledge infrastructures are needed (opinion)
Science and technology are propelled forward by the sharing of knowledge. Yet despite their vital importance in today’s innovation-driven economy, our knowledge infrastructures have failed to scale with today’s rapid pace of research and discovery.
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5 weeks ago by ldodds
Should We Trust Algorithms? · Harvard Data Science Review
There is increasing use of algorithms in the health care and criminal justice systems, and corresponding increased concern with their ethical use. But perhaps a more basic issue is whether we should believe what we hear about them and what the algorithm tells us.
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5 weeks ago by ldodds
From Open Systems to Trusted Systems: New Approaches to Data Commons
At Sage, we’re always reflecting on the work we’ve done, and how it might need to evolve. Conversations with partners and colleagues at events such as CAOS are a key part of this process.
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5 weeks ago by ldodds
From Open Systems to Trusted Systems: New Approaches to Data Commons - Sage Bionetworks
At Sage, we’re always reflecting on the work we’ve done, and how it might need to evolve. Conversations with partners and colleagues at events such as CAOS are a key part of this process.
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5 weeks ago by ldodds
A group of ex-NSA and Amazon engineers are building a ‘GitHub for data’ – TechCrunch
Six months ago or thereabouts, a group of engineers and developers with backgrounds from the National Security Agency, Google and Amazon Web Services had an idea. Data is valuable for helping developers and engineers to build new features and better innovate.
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5 weeks ago by ldodds
The IA Client – The Swiss Army Knife of Internet Archive | Internet Archive Blogs
As someone who’s uploaded hundreds of thousands of items to the Internet Archive’s stacks and who has probably done a few million transactions with the materials over the years, I just “know” about the Internet Archive python client, and if you’re someone who wants to interact with the sit
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
nakedsecurity.sophos.com
A popular self-driving car dataset for training machine-learning systems – one that’s used by thousands of students to build an open-source self-driving car – contains critical errors and omissions, including missing labels for hundreds of images of bicyclists and pedestrians.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
[2001.00457v1] A Noxious Market for Personal Data
Download PDF Full-text links: Download: (license) Which authors of this paper are endorsers? | Disable MathJax (What is MathJax?) Browse v0.2.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Why we support NHS England’s calls for interoperable diabetes tech by Simon O’Neill – Diabetes UK Blogs
Yesterday NHS England and NHSX jointly wrote to diabetes technology manufacturers, calling for devices that store patient data, such as the Abbott Flash glucose monitor, to be interoperable. At Diabetes UK we strongly support their call.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Kranzberg’s Six Laws of Technology, a Metaphor, and a Story | L.M. Sacasas
Dr. Melvin Kranzberg was a professor of the history of technology at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the founding editor of Technology and Culture.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
New Firms for a New Era by Dani Rodrik - Project Syndicate
In recent years, large corporations have become increasingly aware that they must be sensitive not only to the financial bottom line, but also to the social and environmental effects of their activities.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Thoughts on "Non-Amicable" Enforcement of CC Licenses - Creative Commons
For the past year or so, CC has been tracking and thinking about strict, less than-amicable enforcement activities involving CC licenses. These activities present a complex situation for our organization.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Ten Nonprofit Funding Models
Money is a constant topic of conversation among nonprofit leaders: How much do we need? Where can we find it? Why isn’t there more of it? In tough economic times, these types of questions become more frequent and pressing. Unfortunately, the answers are not readily available.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Breaking down gender stereotypes in legal writing - Civil Service
In legal writing, masculine language has traditionally been used to refer to people regardless of their gender. Examples include the use of masculine pronouns (he/him) and nouns such as chairman. The practice for legislation changed in 2007.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Heathrow Airport Limited ruled to be a public authority
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has issued an important decision, holding that Heathrow Airport Limited (HAL) is a "public authority" for the purposes of the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIR).
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
How Big Companies Spy on Your Emails - VICE
The popular Edison email app, which is in the top 100 productivity apps on the Apple app store, scrapes users' email inboxes and sells products based off that information to clients in the finance, travel, and e-Commerce sectors.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
8 Dimensions of Business Ecosystems - Smarter With Gartner
Your dynamic business ecosystems may sometimes create partners from competitors, at least for a little while. When BMW and Toyota need to develop key technologies, such as batteries, they may join together and then later go on to compete in the marketplace.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Introduction: Business ecosystems come of age| Deloitte Insights | Business Trends
We’re all familiar with ecosystems in the natural world. The word was coined in the 1930s by British botanist Arthur Tansley to refer to a localized community of living organisms interacting with each other and their particular environment of air, water, mineral soil, and other elements.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Memo Reveals Huge Cost Overruns For San Diego’s ‘Smart Streetlights’ – NBC 7 San Diego
The city of San Diego’s “Smart Streetlight” program is plagued with cost overruns, lax supervision, and a lack of properly-trained staff, according to an internal city memo obtained by NBC 7 Investigates.
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6 weeks ago by ldodds
Estonian and Finnish commercial registers start exchanging data | News | ERR
The commercial registers of Estonia and Finland on Friday started exchanging data over the X-Road, which enables the two registries to make inquiries to each other, reducing paperwork and fraud.
IFTTT  Pocket  datainfrastructure  register 
6 weeks ago by ldodds
Everything you need to know about upgrading your PC in 2020 | Rock Paper Shotgun
Some of you love building a PC. You’re well into hardware trends and technical innovations and model numbers and all of that. This is fine and valid. But a lot of players are just not interested. They love games on the PC, but the machinery itself is irrelevant. I am one of those people.
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
Solved conversations
I was hooked on Mühle from the moment I started playing it. The board game, sometimes called Nine Men’s Morris, is one of the oldest known to man. It can be found at archeological sites, on the sides of ancient buildings, and at your local Wal-Mart.
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
Ritualized Conversation — Pamela J. Hobart
Conversations fall all along these spectrums. An exercise I’ll leave to the reader: try placing these on the 2x2: Catholic confession, grief rituals (e.g. shiva), one-on-one with your boss, first date, networking event, small talk, Zoom calls for online courses.
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
Small b blogging
There’s an idea that starting a blog is harder than it used to be. That there used to be a way to write a few words, slap it online and wait for the traffic to roll in. I call BS. It’s not that it’s not true exactly - but that kind of thinking is living in the shadow of the Digg homepage.
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
Why We Can’t Figure Out Why Infrastructure Is So Expensive
Last year, in a provision tucked away in an appropriations bill, Congress instructed the Government Accountability Office to produce a report comparing the construction costs for rail-transit infrastructure projects in the U.S. to those in other advanced countries.
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
Navigating the Digital City During An Outbreak - Berkman Klein Center Collection - Medium
On Saturday afternoon, an Uber rider in Mexico City named Norma Sanchez got an unexpected alert through her app, notifying her that her account had been suspended.
IFTTT  Pocket  cities  health  mobility 
7 weeks ago by ldodds
And relax … the joy of video games where you do almost nothing | Games | The Guardian
In the recently released game Coffee Talk, you play a coffee-shop barista who stands at a counter, through long, rainy Seattle nights, making drinks for customers as they tell you about their lives. That’s it. That’s all you do. There’s no aim, no purpose.
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
The impact of open data on arts and culture events listings | The List
At the inception of The List in 1985, we used the term ‘arts and entertainment’ to describe the domain focus of our magazine, with editorial and listings which were collected by hand from printed venue programmes.
IFTTT  Pocket  dataecosystem  events  standards 
7 weeks ago by ldodds
The risks of not sharing data are greater than the costs | Times Higher Education (THE)
Research data represent a new currency. Traditionally, publishers did not publish or curate research data, they were interested only in publications. Now, research data and publications are at least equally important. Data aren’t just good for science.
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
The Spatial Politics of Geofencing – BLDGBLOG
Another project I meant to write about ages ago is Code of Conscience, developed by AKQA. It is “an open source software update that restricts the use of heavy-duty vehicles in protected land areas,” or what they call “a cyber shield around natural reserves.”
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7 weeks ago by ldodds
Context is not just a variable — the case for data ethnographies
In his essay ‘Data before the fact’, David Rosenberg does an etymological analysis of the word ‘data’.
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8 weeks ago by ldodds
Bus services to be digitally transformed as the Bus Open Data Service is now live and available for use - GOV.UK
Bus passengers across England will soon be able to plan their journeys down to the minute thanks to a pioneering project to share bus data.
IFTTT  Pocket  opendata  transport 
8 weeks ago by ldodds
The Biggest Apple Maps Change Is One You Can't See | WIRED
Apple yesterday touted a “new” version of Apple Maps, one that includes faster navigation, more detailed roads, real-time transit updates, lists of favorite places, and access to Look Around, street-level 3-D imagery that’s similar to Google’s Street View.
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8 weeks ago by ldodds
The Open (Data) Market - Sean McDonald - Medium
The open licensing movement (open data, open source software, etc.) predicates its value on increasing accessibility and transparency by removing legal restrictions on use.
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
Here’s how to look at life-sized animals in AR through Google Search - The Verge
At its I/O developer’s conference in May, Google announced that it was bringing a neat feature to its search results: augmented reality models, which allows users to take a look as a 3D image of a search result.
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
The Office for National Statistics is a bakery. Let me explain… | ONS Digital
I love metaphors, and use them a lot when trying to articulate my thinking, and recently I’ve been thinking a lot about why the ONS website is such a complex set of products. So indulge me when I ask you to think of the ONS as a bakery. As such you’d expect us to sell bread.
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
The Pitch
In 2014, Debayan Sen found a mysterious album inside of a trunk in his mother’s attic, in Kolkata, India. The red-orange record sleeve featured a picture of his mom as a young woman along with her name—Rupa—in big, bold lettering.
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
monzo.com
Research is an important part of how we build things at Monzo. It's our mission to make money work for everyone, and the only way we can do that is by understanding people's wants and needs.
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
Hypnogoria: THE 'ORRIBLE 'OUSE OF TERRIBLE OLD TAT - Valhalla I Am Coming!
Welcome once again dear fiends to the 'Orrible 'Ouse of Terrible Old Tat! This time we are continuing our explorations of the weird world of the home micro and taking a look that some games that are truly legendary. Or at least was released by a company called Legend...
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
How to Make Snake Venom Without Any Snakes - The Atlantic
The venom glands of snakes are among nature’s most potent weapons. Hans Clevers can now grow them in his lab, mass-producing little disembodied blobs that secrete the same cocktail of toxins as their natural counterparts. When I asked him where the idea of doing this came from, he chuckled.
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
Why Walking Helps Us Think | The New Yorker
In Vogue’s 1969 Christmas issue, Vladimir Nabokov offered some advice for teaching James Joyce’s “Ulysses”: “Instead of perpetuating the pretentious nonsense of Homeric, chromatic, and visceral chapter headings, instructors should prepare maps of Dublin with Bloom’s and Stephen’s inter
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
Intel uses AI and satellite imagery to help the Red Cross map vulnerable locales | VentureBeat
Five years ago, the American Red Cross, the British Red Cross, the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, and Doctors Without Borders kicked off the Missing Maps project, a humanitarian endeavor that aims to preemptively map parts of the world vulnerable to conflicts, natural disasters, and disease epidem
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
Spot the Robot Dog Trots Into the Big, Bad World | WIRED
This autumn, after years of dropping view-amassing videos of Spot the robot dog fending off stick-wielding humans and opening doors for its pals, Boston Dynamics finally announced that the machine was hitting the market—for a select few early adopters, at least.
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9 weeks ago by ldodds
A radically open approach to developing infrastructure for Open Science | About Hindawi
Hindawi’s CEO, Paul Peters, explains the problems inherent in proprietary solutions for Open Science infrastructure and presents a proposal for how things can be done differently. Should commercial companies have a role in developing infrastructure for an Open Science future?
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
Friend of a Friend: The Facebook That Could Have Been
The FOAF standard, or Friend of a Friend standard, is a now largely defunct/ignored/superseded1 web standard dating from the early 2000s that hints at what social networking might have looked like had Facebook not conquered the world.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
Gamasutra: Pippin Barr's Blog - Let the Punishment Fit the Twine: Ancient Greek Punishments as Hypertexts
Let’s Play: Ancient Greek Punishment: The Twine is the ninth edition in the “Ancient Greek Punishment” series I’ve been working on since 2011.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
The Japanese myths and woodblock art behind Sekiro’s creatures | Rock Paper Shotgun
Fantastic creatures are as important to Sekiro as its samurai and shinobi. For every deftly fought duel against a venerable warrior there’s a slug-fest with a headless ape that hurls toxic poo. It’s a fine balance between the real and the romantic.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
Self-Distancing: What It Is and How You Can Use It to Make Better Decisions – Effectiviology
It’s hard to set your emotions aside when you’re faced with a difficult decision. This is problematic, since our emotions often cause us to make the wrong decision in important areas of life, including in our relationships, our finances, and our health.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
StackPath
When it comes to infrastructure, what do we mean by “funding”? Funding is how you pay for infrastructure. That means over its lifetime, not just the upfront cash.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
302 Found
Data Engineers are often presented as the “technology-focused/ technology-experts” role between all data roles. However, if this is true, what technology should a Data Engineer focus on? and how does this role survive the evolution of technology?
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
Open is Cancelled - A bee with a blog - Medium
Open is CancelledBefore you read this, I want you to go and take a peek here. Stay with it until the end.Back now? Feeling ready to channel your amygdala through your little toe?Good.It’s time for open to disband.The leaders have proven themselves morally bankrupt. The community is toxic.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
The Problem With Seeing People As Vulnerable – Paul Taylor
Now, more than ever, it’s easier to exist within a bubble. We spend a lot more time communicating through screens than talking face to face.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
The truth is that many games are held together by duct tape - Polygon
Last week, Dicey Dungeons creator Terry Cavanagh celebrated the 10th anniversary of an earlier game, VVVVVV, by releasing its source code to the public. In layman’s terms, this means that the average person can now look at how the game is built, because every line of code can be perused.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
302 Found
hen you imagine the future, what’s the first date that comes into your mind? 2050? 2070? The year that pops into your head is almost certainly related to how old you are — some point within our lifetimes yet distant enough to be mysterious, still just outside our grasp.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
The Disturbing Case of the Disappearing Sci-Fi Story | WIRED
Memes continue to be a messy business. They harm as well as empower. Sometimes the harmful ones can become empowering. Sometimes that makes them even messier. In 2014, people began to claim that they sexually identify as attack helicopters.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
The deliciously rude spaghetti puttanesca | 1843
A rose by any other name might smell as sweet, but under a different alias would spaghetti puttanesca retain its earthy allure? The dish’s name – variously translated as tart’s, slut’s and whore’s spaghetti, depending on how insulting you want to be – and the mythology surrounding it exp
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
Technological Approaches to Improving Credibility Assessment on the Web
The terminology around credibility and trust varies somewhat across different fields of study and non-technical discussion.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
Enhancing the City of Austin’s Open Data With Digital Citations
With the continued public interest in open data and open government, challenges begin to become apparent for both publishers and users. People interested in open data range from curious citizens, to community activists, academic researchers, skilled developers and everything in between.
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10 weeks ago by ldodds
Movement data in GIS #26: towards a template for exploring movement data | Free and Open Source GIS Ramblings
Exploring new datasets can be challenging. Addressing this challenge, there is a whole field called exploratory data analysis that focuses on exploring datasets, often with visual methods.
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11 weeks ago by ldodds
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