Tag Archives: Sherlock

I come neither to bury the Google search engine nor to praise it — it needs neither, and to shift from misquoting the Bard to misquoting the Emancipator, my words can have little effect on it either way. It’s a … Continue reading

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Yahoo News recently had an amazing graph analytics page (see our page on Sherlock, and this iSGTW article, for more on PSC’s recent activities in the field) concentrating on the voting records of U.S. senators. Specifically, how often they voted … Continue reading

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Friday, Feb. 8, 17:03 Nick Nystrom sat down with Bill Flanagan yesterday to talk about Sherlock for Bill’s show. It went well; Nick’s good at explaining things, and Bill of course has done this a few times before.  It’ll air … Continue reading

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Friday, Feb. 1, 16:28 EDT So Arvind Parthasarathi gets the prize for the coolest application of Sherlock mentioned at our new machine’s launch event (note:  the video starts a little after 28:20 on my computer, so you may need to … Continue reading

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Therapist: How’s your blog going? Dr. Watson: Yeah, good. Very good. Therapist: You haven’t written a word, have you? Dr. Watson: You just wrote, “Still has trust issues.” –”A Study in Pink,” Sherlock, BBC I confess:  I’m not an unalloyed … Continue reading

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Well, today marks my ninth day at PSC, and the beginning of my second full week. Haven’t jumped the shark yet, glad to say. I’m also glad to say it’s been busy. There’s a lot going on at PSC, some … Continue reading

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Where do you think I met Steve Brandt, of Louisiana State University’s Center for Computation & Technology? We’ll get back to that; in the meantime, I guess I should say who I am. I’m Ken Chiacchia, and in January I’ll … Continue reading

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