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Diane Oyen
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I will be giving a research talk at the University of Waikato this Tuesday. http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/events/upcoming.html
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Yesterday, I met Asmaa Mahfouz. What an incredible first-person account of the Egyptian revolt. Incidentally, she talked extensively about her use of Facebook for organizing protesters.
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WOW!
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I can't pass up an invitation to ride the crest, even though I've only put 300 miles on my bike so far this year.
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I love knitting posts! Sadly, it's been quite a while since I've been able to do much knitting :( :(.
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Mourning the loss of an energetic young man, a former student of Troy's, who was truly following his heart and living his dream in Alaska. While the dangers of mountaineering, rock climbing and other adventurous pursuits are very real, even more so are the dangers of driving.
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my condolences.
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I have openings for several undergraduate or graduate research assistants to work on various projects in artificial intelligence and machine learning this summer at Bryn Mawr College.  Please see the link below for details and application instructions.
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That's, like, math.
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Googlers, I have a problem with your search engine. I'd like to know if knitting needles are allowed through airport security at Heathrow. Google "Heathrow knitting needles" and the 1st hit explicitly lists knitting needles as a prohibited item. Too bad, it'll be a long flight to be sitting idle without my knitting project. But wait, somebody points out to me that the 2nd hit is actually the official Heathrow website and explicitly states "knitting needles are allowed." Now I know that the 1st hit is incorrect for my search (the site may have other good information), and I'd like to save fellows knitters who may google "Heathrow knitting needles" in the future from getting the wrong information. In Google maps I can report errors. In gmail I can report spam and even indicate which emails are important. But in the search engine, there is no way to provide such feedback.
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Right, I realize there's an issue with giving intentionally misleading feedback. That's why I'm not proposing a solution. Related to your comment though... I didn't need to click the 2nd hit because the sentence "Knitting needles are allowed" is actually included in the preview blurb that google displays and I can tell from the url that this is the official Heathrow site. It's funny that I didn't read that blurb before I clicked through to the 1st hit and got the wrong information.
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I had to laugh, because the last time we were in that region (Bryce, mostly) our camp got snowed on, too!
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Does anybody know how to compile mex files on a Mac (Lion)?
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AHA!
For the ld incompatibility issue: replace '--version-script' with '-export-symbol-file'. That makes it compile and produce the executable QUIC.mexa64.

But, then matlab wasn't finding the function... because it was looking for QUIC.mexmaci64 (as mexext told me). So I just renamed the binary.

In the meantime, I've been running the function on linux, and have found that this algorithm is not really what I want to analyze this data anyway.
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+Kshanti Greene may be especially interested in this. However, after reading this, as a researcher I feel that I'd like to be able hire a copy-editor and typesetter to help prepare publications while I focus my time on doing the research rather than doing the publisher's job. Of course, that just puts the cost burden back on the author.
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My journal model is emergent.. ie create journals around topics that people are discussing, not vice versa. Thanks for the +.
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