Monthly Archives: September 2009

Organizing Data: Horse Race Data vs Government Data, intro

One reason I started this blog was to document my participation in The Trackmaster Software Development Challenge and one of the things they give out, to participants, is data. One reason I post so little and get so little done … Continue reading

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Structure and Interpretation of Programming Lanuages or my free MIT/UC Berkeley Education

I will be working through the book and lectures of the Intro programming class at Berkeley over the next few months. I never had a really good programming course in college. I took a bunch in the late 70’s, that … Continue reading

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Hopeful video test

My first post: A brief comment on children and libraries. Illegally Obtained Services? Library Crime Video??? Library Crime The Internet trumps public libraries by providing consistent universal service to anyone with access. One of my gripes is the lack of … Continue reading

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