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How To Keep Rats From Eating My Cables?

sultanoslack Wait, we're still talking about killin' right? (1032 comments)

I love how in a thread about killing one sort of mammal in bulk, the discussion has turned to how it'd be inhumane to have a neglected pet.

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Ray Kurzweil Wonders, Can Machines Ever Have Souls?

sultanoslack I am Jesus of Borg. (630 comments)

You will be assimilated.

more than 5 years ago

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Tool for finding related articles on Wikipedia

sultanoslack sultanoslack writes  |  more than 6 years ago

sultanoslack writes "Directed Edge today released a demo of its recommender engine treats Wikipedia as one huge graph and finds related articles on Wikipedia. It does nifty stuff like showing related movies on movie pages or music on music pages, as well as working on normal articles to just find, well, related articles. The technology is targeted to eventually be used on social networks and the like to use the connection structure to find interesting content."
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sultanoslack sultanoslack writes  |  more than 7 years ago

sultanoslack (320583) writes "Over in KDE land there's a long interview with OpenUsability founder Jan Mühlig covering how the project got started, comparisons with how Open Source usability compares to usability processes in the commercial world and some of the future of the project."

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