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Blogs vs. Magazines (?)

Those who are familiar with my research in the field of information science will know that a big part of it involved terms for document types (also known as “Form” and “Genre” in the field of archives management). These terms … Continue reading Continue reading

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When you were really looking into the people who are really good at distinguishing signal from noise, did you notice a pattern among the people who can do it and the people who seem terrible at it?

Nate Silver: There are characteristics. One of them is they tend to be multi-disciplinary. So instead of having one big theory, kind of capital T, that explains everything, then they throw a lot of different methods at a problem. They … Continue reading Continue reading

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