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1. The Shadow Case Model of Complexity
An interesting post by Prof.Lipton. I dont claim that understand BBG model (probably I should put some effort there) but I have to say their lemma looks very attractive to me.

2. WiFi data collection: An update
Looks like all big companies are getting tripped up with privacy.

3. Google Voice invites for students
I had applied and have got a Google Voice invite and have activated the service. I am reading the tutorial to know how best to use this tool. Thanks to Suresh for the info.

4. Speedy New Traders Make Waves Far From Wall St.
Pretty interesting. Average holding time for a stock is 11 seconds and no loss day in 4 years – Wow impressive  !

5. A New Clue to Explain Existence
Some interesting news from Tevatron which refuses to fade away in the face of LHC 🙂 .

 

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1. The Hilbert Hotel
This post has a discussion about Hilbert hotel – a concept I was not previously aware of – which made discussion about infinity and Cantor’s diagonal argument seem straightforward – Cool !

2. Europe’s Web of Debt
A nice graphic showing what a mess Europe is now fiscally .

3. Diploma Courses in Mathematics
Nice set of Math courses. Some of the topics are also available in MIT’s OCW .

4. Silently Facebook added open search API
I guess open search is becoming more and more exciting. I can think of lot of interesting data mining projects. Hopefully after I graduate next sem , I will have some time for lazy exploration of these stuff.

5. 44 Ways to Ruin Your Financial Life By Age 30
Some nice set of financial dont-dos . I am guilty of some of these stuff too !

6. The future of O3D
This was one of the surprising moves by Google although their rationale sounds good.

7. Problems with CAP, and Yahoo’s little known NoSQL system
A nice discussion about CAP theorem and an alternate formulation.

 

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