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11 Free System Information Tools by Tim Fisher

If you are to manage your computer properly, System Information tools are really handy to provide you with comprehensive hardware & software details for component upgrade considerations or troubleshooting a problem. 122 more words


Basic text analysis tutorial - Part 1

The previous series of blogs documented how causal inference arguments (difference in differences, regression discontinuity design, and natural experiments) are applied in big data settings within the online reviews domain. 1,352 more words

Upgrade your kids for school with the new 2-in-1 #KurioSmart for students By @VicenteA_George #Windows #Tablet #Kids

In this “modernized” world we live now, things are a lot different from what they were when we where kids. For example our biggest success used to be owning the highest score on the… 316 more words


Cycling through life

I’ve been thinking about cycles. A cycle is something that repeats, like the rotation of a wheel, or the rotation of the earth. A true cycle never has an end until something external affects it, and the same is true for the start of a cycle in that something external to the cycle has to happen to start the cycle off. 1,195 more words


Love Apple: Ask Siri "Hey Siri, give us a hint?"

Siri knows about Apple’s new iPhone event on Sept. 9

The invitations for Apple’s upcoming Sept. 9 event were designed around Siri –? bearing what she would call “colorful wavey words” and the phrase “Hey Siri, give us a hint” — and it turns out there’s more to it than meets the eye, as the erstwhile digital assistant actually does drop some knowledge. 56 more words


Bridging work completed! What I thought about learning Visual Basic

Overall, I found learning the basics to Visual Basic to be quite an interesting experience. I wasn’t as interested in how it all works at the beginning of the lessons, but I quickly started to become more interested and more experimental with what I could do without following the lessons. 457 more words


Lesson 9: Reflection

In this lesson I learnt about variables and constants. A variable is an area allocated by computer memory to hold data. Each variable must be given a name, but you need to follow a set of rules when naming these in order for the name to work. 527 more words