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Ken Stoltz
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There is just so much right about this, particularly the examples given to Lost, X-Files, and other books and shows that start off awesome, and then dwindle down as you slowly realize the driver doesn't know where he or she is going...

That and Locke and Key is probably the best thing I've read in years.

#Comics    #LockeAndKey

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If you aren't reading this book yet, check your head...Seriously...this is great stuff!

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"Because there are literally millions of people out there that love these superhero universes in film form, yet find nothing accessible on paper." - Absolutely dead on commentary by +Laura Sneddon. This is the first thing that I thought after an 18 year hiatus from comic book reading. Luckily, I'm finding a lot more accessible now with stuff like Young Avengers and Hawkeye.

http://comicsbeat.com/review-young-avengers-1/

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How tough is it to be an enterprise search geek? To start, you're not even considered one of the COOL geeks!

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The HP/Autonomy killer app...this is where it's been heading...the integration of Autonomy and Vertica to perform sentiment analysis across information regardless of whether it's a tweet, a video, or a news article. Powerful stuff! #BigData

Why on Earth does G+ keep making me click through 3 screens worth of
"initial setup"-type junk just to get to the stream? Incredibly lame.

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3 Engine Monte from Blekko: Test out a search query and see which search engine comes up with the best set of results (Google, Bing, or Blekko) http://blekko.com/ws/%20/monte

Not surprisingly, for me, Google was my top pick 80% of the time...which begs the question, what advantage can other engines really scratch out on pure search result relevance alone? It's why I'm more interested in http://duckduckgo.com/about.html and the privacy angle it's working.

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I've been getting into #Lua recently as it's become a critical part of the indexing process for #Autonomy. Never realized how common its use is becoming, nor how easy it was to do some pretty powerful scripts on rather large text files. For instance, about 7 lines of code just allowed me to parse a several hundred megabyte XML file into manageable, individual documents for indexing purposes. This was a great introduction article. #EnterpriseSearch #IDOL
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