Monthly Archives: February 2008

SuperCrunchers and ISABEL

THe following is worth digesting, regardless of agreement, as it lists several of the current technological efforts which could improve medical treatement and cost savings if used either as a job aide to physicians or in conjuntion with diagnostic decisions … Continue reading

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The Mind of the Market

The Mind of the Market by Michael Shermer.  Why humans evolved to trust and verify, why misunderstandings of economics made sense in 12,000 BC, and how misguided ‘folk economics’ is today.  Also a tour de force on the modern neurology tools used … Continue reading

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YouTube – Punish your Microsoft developer

One of the best videos on making quality or else! 🙂

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Internet layout and traffic

Inet map   http://www1.alcatel-lucent.com/submarine/refs/World_Map_2007_LR.pdf   Traffic report:   http://www.internettrafficreport.com/asia.htm   news story about Alexandria cable break   http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2008/feb/01/internationalpersonalfinancebusiness.internet    

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Neuroeconomics at Caltech

The Thomas Wolfe quotation is worth saving.

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