Monthly Archives: January 2010

Reading in 2009

I saw a blog post from my friend Paul Randal recently in which he recounted the books he’d read in 2009. It’s an impressive list, 100 books, that he compiled in his travels. Paul and his wife, Kimberly, travel a … Continue reading

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The Predictioneer

I’m not sure how this book got on my radar, but it turned out to be fairly interesting. It’s written by a professor at Harvard that uses Game Theory and readily available information about the world to both predict what … Continue reading

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The Little Stick

In the end, that was what made the difference. I was typing along one night on my spare Acer and the cursor kept jumping. I was getting too close to the touchpad, and it kept picking up my hands, jumping … Continue reading

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Identity Values – Dropouts and Spaces

Identity values are very useful, but there can be misconceptions about the way in which they work. One of the more interesting things that I see people assuming is that an identity value will ensure you have a continuous range … Continue reading

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