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Julie Fogg
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Really love what I got on @Etsy from ThickandThinDesigns. #etsystar http://etsy.me/2cGolcI
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Read book. Peggy Guggenheim fangirl here.
 
New documentary on one of the most important figures in art collecting, who supported and championed such major artists as Calder, Rothko, Kandinsky and Mondrian.
The collector extraordinaire is honored in a new documentary
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Going to be a great field. Many opportunities.
 
Five Types of Machine Learning - And Other Insights

This is a great interview with the University of Washington's Pedro Domingos about his new book, The Master Algorithm. I bought the book the other day, but have yet to dive in. This article made me excited to do so.

Domingos divides the field into five contemporary machine-learning paradigms—evolutionary algorithms, connectionism and neural networks, symbolism, Bayes networks, and analogical reasoning—which he imagines being unified in one future “master algorithm” capable of learning nearly anything.

On the differences between machine learning and the way coding is done today: 

The question, then, is why one would want to generate opaque and unpredictable networks rather than writing strict, effective programs oneself. The answer, as Domingos told me, is that “complete control over the details of the algorithm doesn’t scale.” There are three related aspects to machine learning that mitigate this problem:

(1) It uses probabilities rather than the true/false binary.
(2) Humans accept a loss of control and precision over the details of the algorithm.
(3) The algorithm is refined and modified through a feedback process.

This one's a worthwhile read. 

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Computers and the algorithms they run are precise, perfect, meticulously programmed, and austere. That’s the idea, anyway. But there’s a burgeoning, alternative model of programming and computation that sidesteps the limitations of the classic model, embracing uncertainty, variability, self-correction, and overall messiness. It’s called machine learning, and it’s impacted fields...
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I wish I wasn't in a glass house on this list +Pam Adger
 
"You must make it your full time job to manage all your misplaced needs, expectations, and hurt feelings. These represent the world according to YOU regardless of anyone else."
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This is surprisingly and tastefully honest.
 
Why people become entrepreneurs - a handy infographic. Which number(s) applies to you?
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I burned at least 1,500 calories today snorkling. The only bummer was no fitbit and no apple watch to track. But I did take my droid snorkling so that was fantastic. I love metrics like some people like stuffed animals. :D
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I couldn't get Google Wallet to work so I just donate to posts like this (I put money in and it sits there). I did get my Apple watch to work and I pay with it a lot now. I would have gotten a Droid watch. Anyhoo, I donated & in case anyone else wants to donate...
 
Just donated to 'Elephant collar project in Virunga'. Give $1. Change a lot. https://onetoday.google.com/p/akhumpbj
Did you know? Virunga National Park's elephant population has decreased by 90% in the last 20 years, from 3000 to 200 individuals, due to poaching.
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I'll park this here like a breadcrumb for my future self. And maybe a few people can relate. 😎
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The Internet of Things Explosion

Stay tuned for the evolution of the digital world into every nook and cranny you can think of...and then some more.

#innovation   #internet   #iot  
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Kung Fu. I'm responding with Kung Fu.
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Work
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Owner: technology integrator; owner: digital marketing firm; founder: 501c3; partner or stakeholder in various projects/entities.
Employment
  • Active Port
    President, 2004 - present
    P&L responsibilities, Sales. Working manager.
  • Parallel 6
    National Director of Sales, Managed Services, 2013 - 2014
    Responsible for revenue related to digital marketing and advertising campaigns. Manage the ESE team of sales reps.
  • Parallel 6
    ESE, 2012 - 2013
    Responsible for selling digital marketing and advertising campaigns along with our Mobility as a Platform called Captive Reach. Influencing consumer behavior through mobile.
  • Active Port
    Vice President, 2002 - 2004
    Sales and Operations.
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Female
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Tech & Marketing.
Introduction
Technology enthusiast. National Director of Sales, Managed Services at Parallel 6 & Co-founder of boutique VAR specializing in call center applications: Active Port. Selling manager of enterprise solutions including Adtran, Avaya, WinBill Telecom Expense Management and custom applications to serve call centers including IVR, screen pops and more. Twitter fan. Virtual Reality early-adopter. Automobile enthusiast. Current favorite eatery thanks to my BFF: Bazaar Restaurant in Beverly Hills. I love marketing and advertising. Student of Kurzweil, fan of Tesla and have a man crush on David Ogilvy "At 60 miles an hour the loudest noise in this new Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock" and the person I'd most like to meet: Michael R. Francis, the guy that made kids and rich housewives like to shop at Target ("Tarjay").
Bragging rights
Much more determined than the average California bear.
Education
  • UCLA Anderson
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Ice cream tempura on Tempura Tuesdays! :)
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Hotel construction moving forward, hooray! I love the beef jerky here.
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Great service for custom cakes. Scrumptious baked goods! Love their cake consultants.
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Best tri tip salad. Split a POM martini...yum! Love this place.
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Hosted my daughter's sweet 16 here. I loved the venue, loved the food, appreciated the white glove experience from the staff including Ashley in Catering and Stanley at the front desk. Ara in Catering also awesome. I'll definitely have other events here. Cute hotel rooms. They don't have a super charger but they do have the adapter for Tesla (It's just first come, first serve - there are chargers near Long Beach airport if someone is really in need). Hotel key gets you out of the parking lot.
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The crepe birthday cake is scrumptious. With a vanilla latte. :)
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Scrumptious ribs, biscuits & beverages!
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