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Social Utility, +/- 25%

I like Google… I’ve been a regular Google user since the day I first discovered its existence in 1999. Indeed, I’ve consistently found Google to be the most useful service on the web. That’s not love, but it’s a very strong +1. Moreover, I’d say that my preference for Google is an informed one. I’ve […] → Read More: Social Utility, +/- 25%

Social Utility, +/- 25%

I like Google… I’ve been a regular Google user since the day I first discovered its existence in 1999. Indeed, I’ve consistently found Google to be the most useful service on the web. That’s not love, but it’s a very strong +1. Moreover, I’d say that my preference for Google is an informed one. I’ve […] → Read More: Social Utility, +/- 25%

Social Utility, +/- 25%

I like Google… I’ve been a regular Google user since the day I first discovered its existence in 1999. Indeed, I’ve consistently found Google to be the most useful service on the web. That’s not love, but it’s a very strong +1. Moreover, I’d say that my preference for Google is an informed one. I’ve […] → Read More: Social Utility, +/- 25%

Social Utility, +/- 25%

I like Google… I’ve been a regular Google user since the day I first discovered its existence in 1999. Indeed, I’ve consistently found Google to be the most useful service on the web. That’s not love, but it’s a very strong +1. Moreover, I’d say that my preference for Google is an informed one. I’ve […] → Read More: Social Utility, +/- 25%

Social Utility, +/- 25%

I like Google… I’ve been a regular Google user since the day I first discovered its existence in 1999. Indeed, I’ve consistently found Google to be the most useful service on the web. That’s not love, but it’s a very strong +1. Moreover, I’d say that my preference for Google is an informed one. I’ve […] → Read More: Social Utility, +/- 25%

Social Utility, +/- 25%

I like Google… I’ve been a regular Google user since the day I first discovered its existence in 1999. Indeed, I’ve consistently found Google to be the most useful service on the web. That’s not love, but it’s a very strong +1. Moreover, I’d say that my preference for Google is an informed one. I’ve […] → Read More: Social Utility, +/- 25%

Social Utility, +/- 25%

I like Google… I’ve been a regular Google user since the day I first discovered its existence in 1999. Indeed, I’ve consistently found Google to be the most useful service on the web. That’s not love, but it’s a very strong +1. Moreover, I’d say that my preference for Google is an informed one. I’ve […] → Read More: Social Utility, +/- 25%

A magical way to learn computer science

Former FXPAL intern Jeremy Kubica’s Computational Fairy Tales is a fresh new entry into the blogosphere that introduces a unusual way to learn computer science: read a series of charming fairy tales. Each post contains a few sentences of introduction to a computer science concept followed by a fairy tale illustrating that concept. I particularly [...] → Read More: A magical way to learn computer science

Two papers at SIGIR2011 accepted

1: The TREC Files: the (ground) truth is out there (No kidding :) )The results of a retrieval system for a certain benchmark image database can be evaluated by several methods, each one employing various evaluation criteria. Traditional t… → Read More: Two papers at SIGIR2011 accepted

SIGIR 2011 Results

Today, the SIGIR paper acceptance/rejections were sent out. What was your result? Let me know in the comments. What did you think of the review quality? Will there be a new influx of new submissions to online journals for rejected papers?This year … → Read More: SIGIR 2011 Results