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Monthly Archives: August 2010
I haven’t figured out or found on the net exactly what algorithms StumbleUpon uses, but I have found over the years that the correct measure for the similarity of two lists of things, e.g. websites two people liked, is the … Continue reading
You may notice appearance changes, if I keep them in place. I have been experimenting with different themes and with different bookmarking options. I have trouble getting the latter to work. Will let you know.
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I am juggling a lot of domains and websites. I actually have only two base sites, with distinct domains. both supported by Hostpapa.ca and having the domain names http://www.SocialTechnology.ca/ (latest in a serious of Social Technology domains), and http://www.SocialTechHigh.org/. Both … Continue reading
I cannot resist giving away my fiction, especially when it is relevant to something I’m trying to say. For my new languages and linguistics website, Natural, Artificial and Non-Arbitrary Languages, which deals with ordinary languages, constructed languages, mathematics, music and … Continue reading
I have another WordPress based site for all the work on linguistics that I have been doing over the years. It is at http://Languages.SocialTechnology.ca/ for now, until I think up a nice unique domain name for it. The site is … Continue reading