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Nathan Fong
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The results sound pretty good! Some of the clips where the algorithm had fewer musical constraints were actually more varied and interesting - the constraints seemed to homogenize the final results.
http://transprose.weebly.com/clips.html

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If you care about selection bias in surveys, please fill out this quick single question survey about selection bias. 

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Can your blizzard do this?
The Upper Michigan Blizzard of 1938
Image Credit: Bill Brinkman; Courtesy: Paula Rocco
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140122.html

Yes, but can your blizzard do this? In Upper Michigan's Storm of the Century in 1938, some snow drifts reached the level of utility poles. Nearly a meter of new and unexpected snow fell over two days in a storm that started 76 years ago tomorrow. As snow fell and gale-force winds piled snow to surreal heights; many roads became not only impassable but unplowable; people became stranded; cars, school buses and a train became mired; and even a dangerous fire raged. Fortunately only two people were killed, although some students were forced to spend several consecutive days at school. The above image was taken by a local resident soon after the storm. Although all of this snow eventually melted, repeated snow storms like this help build lasting glaciers in snowy regions of our planet Earth.
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1) It could happen
2) Amazon owns a patent on it

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Nearly all chicken is contaminated, a lot of it antibiotic resistant. So... buy organic (just as high contamination, far less likely to be resistant strains). Watch out for cross-contamination during prep. Don't undercook. Good luck!

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I like this part (from MR):
"By popular demand Elsevier has given us a link to our research article, Firearms and Suicides in US states (pdf), that should work for everyone until late January."
http://elsarticle.com/18AQUBF
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