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Links 1 through 10 of 101 by Justin Mason tagged media

jesus. Not only do they coin the cramp-inducing neologism "twolicy", they then have the temerity to suggest that people should "donate" their Facebook status so that FG can spam their social group. awful

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how the Daily Mail (UK) works, via b3ta. mind-boggling misuse of one woman's comments to concoct a story, according to this

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intriguing application of a Bloom Filter optimised for modern CPUs (2-level, with a cache-partitioned first level), providing massive speedups vs GNU grep or trie-based approaches like Aho-Corasick -- or possibly re2c, as used in "sa-compile". On the other hand, a perl implementation of Rabin-Karp, which is similar, didn't perform as well. Still, may be worth investigating

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classic presentation from Paul Tyma of Mailinator regarding the java.nio (event-driven, non-threaded) vs java.io (threaded) model of server concurrency, backing up the scalability of threads on modern JVMs

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from last week's CEAS conference; research comparing SpamAssassin releases against the evolution of the surrounding spam environment. Nice work, I always wanted to write up something like this (via JD)

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AWS-based service to resize images, encode video files, extract thumbnails, and store to S3, for use by third-party web apps. Transcoding-as-a-service

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sort-and-merge is likely to be faster on future SIMD-capable multicore CPUs RSN

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interesting prez from some IBM researchers on using Cassandra as a mail store, via Jeremy

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a Cray XT5 supercomputer at Oak Ridge Nat Labs -- check out that amazing skin! I've never seen a skinned datacenter before

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