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Ghost Lights

‘However fast I dance to make the sun shine,
I will never fall down.
No matter what it takes,
I’ll try to save the ghost lights.’ 276 more words
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A brief* analysis** of Labour’s NEC Candidates

One of the frustrations of the Labour NEC elections is that you never really know who you’re voting for. Well, obviously you known their names, and they’re happy to give you an impressive list of the Committees they have been elected to (and they are always Committees, not committees). 968 more words


Insights from "The Master Algorithm" - Part 1

I am on my second reading of this insightful and information-packed book by Pedro Domingos.  He masterfully outlines the history of the five “tribes” of Machine Learning (ML), how they have evolved, and where they stand in today’s world. 312 more words


How the #faketradie advert missed the millennial market

Normally, articles that claim there’s some special tactic to engaging millennials make me rather irritable. They’re all over business networks like LinkedIn, guru upon guru offering a magic formula of gimmicks and hashtags that is bound to bring in the next wave of decision makers. 1,412 more words


'BBCDebate' on Twitter. A First Look into an Archive of #BBCDebate Tweets

The BBC Debate

The BBC’s Great Debate” was broadcasted live in the UK by the BBC on Tuesday 21 June 2016 between 20:00 and 22:00 BST. 1,239 more words


“Stronger In”: Looking Into a Sample Archive of 1,005 StrongerIn Tweets

If you haven’t been there already, please start here. An introduction and a detailed methodological note provide context to this post.

I have now shared a spreadsheet containing an archive of 1,005 @StrongerIn Tweets publicly published by the queried account between12/06/2016 13:34:35 and 21/06/2016 13:11:34 BST. 767 more words


"Vote Leave": Looking Into a Sample Archive of 1,100 vote_leave Tweets

In two days the United Kingdom will be voting in a Referendum that is very likely to change its destiny. More importantly, it is likely to change the destiny of everyone else who has a relationship with the UK. 1,356 more words