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Math and Discipline — Why Nate Silver’s Accuracy Isn’t About “Big Data”

“Big data” isn’t what the Nate Silver story highlights. It highlights data curation, management, analysis, publication, iteration, and integrity, none of which “big data” guarantees. Continue reading

Side Dishes by Stewart Wills

  • Net neutrality decision covers a lot of ground: nytimes.com/2015/02/27/tec… 10 hours ago
  • I can't think of another utility (e.g., water, gas, electric) that *doesn't* charge based on usage. Clearly I am missing something here. 17 hours ago
  • Question: Doesn't declaring Internet service a "public utility" itself imply opening the door to some kind of usage-based/tiered pricing? 17 hours ago

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