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Enjoying the slow-down

Most people will tell you about the slow pace of life in New Zealand and associate that with a relaxed society that isn’t too bothered by much. 687 more words


Introduction to Unsupervised Learning

I want to share these slides about Unsupervised learning. The topics are:

  • Clustering:
    • Single Linkage
    • K-Means
    • Soft Clustering
    • DBSCAN
  • Feature Selection and Extraction
    • PCA
  • Networks for Unsupervised Learning …
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The Temple of God

It is no dispute what the Temple of the Old Testament was. Built in the days of king Solomon of Israel, the richest man who ever lived, the Temple was a gorgeous and costly building, taking many years to finish. 561 more words

My Savior Leads Me

Wonder of the Youth

The great American poet Maya Angelou said, “Most people don’t grow up. Most people age. They find parking spaces, honor their credit cards, get married, have children, and call that maturity. 782 more words


Breadcrumbs, Part II

So what are some of the other signals I’m getting that perhaps I’m being called into a deeper relationship with Christ? It’s more than just how often I find myself thinking of church and Christ while wandering the halls at work: 419 more words


I used to love the doctor.  I loved that it was clean and I loved finding out what was wrong with me, any drugs I may be prescribed, the diagnosis of my symptoms. 250 more words



Ranging from science to politics, and even to fashion, the US is a country built on the work of people from all over the world. Immigration has always been a source of some of these bright minds, and learning English as a means of unleashing this potential in America has always been important. 1,117 more words