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"this raises a number of questions: Q: though i wouldn't be surprised if it's true for most articles it can't be true for all articles. can it? Q: what's the distribution of distances (measured in "number of clicks away") from 'Philosophy'?
Q: by this same measure what's the furthest article from 'Philosophy'? Q: are there any other articles that are more common than 'Philosophy'? Q: what are the common paths to 'Philosophy'?"
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"In the years of IE 90% dominance there was nothing much to do but regard the browser as a "black box", but now, with open source browsers having more than half of the usage share, it's a good time to take a peek under the engine's hood and see what's inside a web browser. Well, what's inside are millions of C++ lines..."
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"Today Ken and I want to talk about a different kind of special sentence, one that is self-defeating. A self-defeating sentence is one that ensures it cannot achieve its desired end, which in this instance is to illustrate a self-defeating sentence."
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"One of the interesting things that sets even superficially similiar genres of music apart is their lyrical content. Last.fm tags can overlap to a great degree, but we were interested to see what the words can tell you about the subtler shades of meaning that go along with those tags. As usual around here, the best way to answer questions like these is by asking the data."
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"If you want to be a game programmer, or for that matter any sort of programmer at all, here’s the secret to success in just two words: Ship it. Finish the product and get it out the door, and you’ll be a hero. It sounds simple, but it’s a surprisingly rare skill, and one that’s highly prized by software companies. Here’s why."
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