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Timothy Lau
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Genuine shock.
So much #racism
Kam Brock was held at the Harlem Hospital psych ward for eight days.
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Machine learning & prediction with Google Analytics + R

Google Developer Expert +ZoinerTejada shows how to get your Google Analytics data loaded into R so that you can use it to drive machine learning and prediction. 

Check it out: http://goo.gl/hXK2ux  

This blog post shows you how to predict a user’s browser given the region by building a simple One Rule model atop the nthminute, region and browser dimensions, using hits by minute as the metric. #GADevs 
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+Man Lai Fung Could you please send the output?
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I'd posted this on my Instagram account (follow along here: http://instagram.com/avinashplusworld), it is too good not to share with y'all...

When people ask me how come I sleep so little, I've never had a good answer. Now I do!

#sleepless #livemore !
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Hahaha, +Hunter Lau+keenan lau+Taran Lau

How The Battle Of The Five Armies Should Have Ended (feat. Screen Junkies): https://youtu.be/TZm_Zth0rhw
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I recommend it for internet browsing.
Used by over 50 million people, a free ad blocker for Chrome that blocks ALL annoying ads, malware and tracking.
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Hey +Chris Yerga. Can I haz a nap-pod?

“Wherever people are in a learning environment, we should think seriously about the positive effects of sleep. Even a short sleep lasting 45 to 60 minutes produces a five-fold improvement in information retrieval from memory.”
At last, nodding off in the office or at school can be justified for its medical benefits, specifically for its positive effect on the memory.
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list of TLD's
Root Zone Database. The Root Zone Database represents the delegation details of top-level domains, including gTLDs such as .com, and country-code TLDs such as .uk. As the manager of the DNS root zone, IANA is responsible for coordinating these delegations in accordance with its policies and ...
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Another reason to use Chrome or Firefox over IE and Safari.
Misissued certs known to impersonate several Google domains, may affect others.
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It makes me happy every time we release one of our internal tools to the public.

http://bazel.io/
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I'm enjoying this book and am finding my self referencing it more and more often for statistical methods.
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books.google.com - Linear models are central to the practice of statistics and form the foundation of a vast range of statistical methodologies. Julian J. Faraway's critically...
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irony |ˈīrənē, ˈiərnē| 
• the expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect
• a state of affairs or an event that seems contrary to what one expects and is often amusing as a result
• a literary technique, originally used in Greek tragedy, by which the full significance of a character's words or actions are clear to the audience or reader although unknown to the character.
• a fire extinguisher factory burning down in Chicago
More than 150 Chicago firefighters were called to fight flames at a building housing one of the department's closest allies -- a fire extinguisher factory.
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  • University of Louisville
    Educational Psychology, Measurement, & Evaluation, 2012 - present
  • Johns Hopkins University
    Mind, Brain, & Education, 2010 - 2012
  • Johns Hopkins University
    Technology for Educators, 2010 - 2011
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    Psychology, 2003 - 2009
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I cant recall better customer service from a fast food chain. The shakes are top notch and the soup is comparable to Panerra.
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The racquetball courts are short on the back wall. The pool is clean and staff are friendly.
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Friendly servers and fresh food. I'd definitely come back again.
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It can be busy and have a moderate wait, but the boba, sushi, and other food are all tasty and worth the wait.
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We had a reservation and they made us wait while 4 tables were visibly open. The service was okay, wasn't fast. I ordered 3 sushi rolls and it took an hour. The lettuce wraps keep me coming back.
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Not very big, but it isn't too expensive and is in a good location.
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It was dirty, they got my order wrong, and my cheese burgers were stale and obviously old. I don't have high standards when it comes to McDonald's, but this store didn't meet them.
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