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Links 1 through 10 of 42 by Simon Phipps tagged Research

More reasons to avoid fast food, as if I needed any more.

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I was kindly sent a copy of this report, and would warmly recommend it. The opening article, which is the subject of Cory's item here, is full of discoveries (or at very least full of research-based support for the things I already believed).

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Pity there's no option for gift subscriptions. Check out the blog with all the editorial replies.

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Interesting survey my Henrik Ingo puts data behind the conjecture that it's better to have an open-bt-rule community that grows the addressable market for your project than to have a captive market that doesn't scale beyond the "glass ceiling" of the maximum size sustainable by a company.

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Interesting and useful statistics that deserve some closer study.

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This has to be a candidate for an IgNobel Prize.

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Mendelbrot is someone I would have loved to have met. We were both at IBM at the same time, so it might have been possible, but we never did. His work has profoundly influenced me. I believe he discovered a new fundamental aspect of reality that we will continue to discover allows us to objectively explore and explain things previously thought to be purely subjective. One of the greats of the 20th century has left our community, and left it immeasurably richer.

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"About four months ago, Ed Felten blogged about a research paper in which Hari Prasad, Rop Gonggrijp, and I detailed serious security flaws in India's electronic voting machines. Indian election authorities have repeatedly claimed that the machines are tamperproof, but we demonstrated important vulnerabilities by studying a machine provided by an anonymous source. The story took a disturbing turn a little over 24 hours ago, when my coauthor Hari Prasad was arrested by Indian authorities demanding to know the identity of that source." -- It's always easier to shoot the messenger than to heed and act on the message, especially when the message tells you something that harms your political agenda.

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While at first this sounds wonderful, it acts so fast that I have to wonder what other effects it might have. Still, I want some!

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"Creativity is akin to insanity, say scientists who have been studying how the mind works. " - It's all on a continuous scale, just like other important factors in our psychology.

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