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John D. Cook
Consultant in applied math, statistics, data privacy
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John D. Cook 12m
Two entire countries -- Argentina and Uruguay -- lost electrical power today.
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John D. Cook 6h
So was my response
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Data Privacy 8h
"Why you can't have privacy on the internet"
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John D. Cook 9h
“A life without the right foundation is a tourist attraction.” — A. Evans
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“Be something you love and understand.” — Lynyrd Skynyrd, Simple Man
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John D. Cook Jun 15
Maybe the new kingdom could replace France and we stay at six flags. IIRC the French flag only flew briefly over a small part of Texas.
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John D. Cook Jun 15
That would cause a major branding problem for an amusement park franchise.
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A Crime a Day Jun 14
21 USC §§331, 333, 343(g) & 21 CFR §133.155(b)(1) make it a federal crime to sell mozzarella cheese made with a mixture of cow milk and water buffalo milk.
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John D. Cook Jun 14
Replying to @BecketAdams
President. Texas never had a king, but we did have presidents before joining the US.
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John D. Cook Jun 14
Replying to @aofarre @Ramcgreg
That’s the darkest comment I’ve heard today, but you may be right.
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John D. Cook Jun 14
“The public’s ‘opinion’ on almost any issue will be a function of the question asked.” — Neil Postman, Technopoly
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John D. Cook Jun 14
I could listen to Black Market and Heavy Weather over and over, but I tire more quickly of some of their other albums.
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John D. Cook Jun 14
Weather Report
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Massimo Jun 14
Filled with non-newtonian fluid, these speed bumps behave like a fluid when a car is under the speed limit, and the driver perceives barely a bump. If the vehicle exceeds the speed limit, the fluid hardens and become a speed bump
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One Devloper Army Jun 13
How machine learning works Interviewer: What’s your biggest strength? Me: I’m fast learner. Interviewer: What’s 11 * 11 Me: 65 Interviewer: not even close. It’s 121 Me: It’s 121
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John D. Cook Jun 14
New post: Per Stirpes and Random Walks
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Science Tip Jun 13
The 'Heaviside Layer' in the musical Cats is an allusion to engineer Oliver Heaviside.
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John D. Cook Jun 13
Haven't seen that one. Sounds interesting.
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Quite Interesting Jun 13
Half the DNA collected on the New York City subway system does not match any known organism.
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Algebra Fact Jun 13
196884 = 196883 + 1 This observation by John McKay in 1978 began the investigation into connections between modular forms and the monster group. Thread, 1/6.
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