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Alan Sloane
Lecturer, Food Business @ UCC - Social Network Analysis + Rural Development. Formerly @ Glockenspiel, ParcPlace, Sun, Motorola, Iona Technologies
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Alan Sloane Dec 11
"The Trump administration, not Huawei or China, is today’s greatest threat to the international rule of law, and therefore to global peace"
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Alan Sloane Dec 11
"My precious, my deal, my Brexit!"
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Paul DiMaggio Dec 10
I forgot how great Candid Camera (in this case a Japanese version) was at illustrating some of the principles of ethnomethodology (in this case interactional breaches and repair).
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Seamus Leheny Dec 7
10,000 lorries a day pass through Port of Dover 14 of the 204 Irish Border crossings alone have minimum 13,000 lorries cross them daily 70% freight entering NI from ROI is vital Intermediate products used as ingredients & components for NI exports
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Alan Sloane Dec 8
You don't think they'll run out of food before next autumn?
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YouGov Dec 6
Replying to @YouGov
…but that doesn’t tell the full story. Remain wins because the Brexit vote is split between two options. Using the Condorcet method, which looks at what happens when each option goes head to head against each other option, Deal gains a majority of seats
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Alan Sloane Dec 6
Replying to @MatthewOToole2
All of which will make you poorer ...
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Alan Sloane Dec 6
Excellent keynote, thanks Ron. Here's to more four-nil's!
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Alan Sloane Dec 6
".. a vast, global, distributed database of value" oh no, why didn't I sit near the exit?
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J. Nathan Matias Dec 5
Just finished evaluating my first genuinely complex experiment design using DeclareDesign, after generously presented the project to the lab last week. This is going to save me weeks of work on software and statistics every year
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Alan Sloane Dec 3
Replying to @statsepi
There's lazy eyes for you. 44 years without bothering to look thoroughly 😉
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Alan Sloane Dec 3
Replying to @CPMcGonagle
We came upon similar "three language" signage in an "Island of Ireland" document recently. At first thought it was a spelling error, now assume it's Ulster Scots. Correct?
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Hetan Shah Nov 29
Statistical pitfalls of personalised medicine- fantastic from - ‘causality is hard to study and difficult to prove. We are in danger of forgetting at the level of the individual what we have learnt at the level of the population’
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Alan Sloane Nov 28
UK 2018: history repeats itself, first as farce, then as tragedy ...
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Alan Sloane Nov 26
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ThreeUKSupport Nov 26
Replying to @JohnHill
does anyone not know about brexit? 😉 we're not changing regardless of what happens with brexit so you'll be still be able to enjoy using your allowances in the EU >KW
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Alan Sloane Nov 26
"The general consumer probably sees fertilisers sometimes in a negative light because in the past we may have overused them in certain areas" - sometimes one just despairs 😭
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Alan Sloane Nov 25
Add E. Coli Lettuce to Chlorinated Chicken and other delights of USA trade deal?
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Soil Boy like Soy Boy But With Soil🌹 Nov 24
Replying to @OkigboXL
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Alan Sloane Nov 25
Replying to @DavidHenigUK
As points of reference, Norway and Iceland are the largest fish-producing countries in Europe. Both choose to be members of EEA, but not EU. That deal was offered on Barnier's "waterfall" chart ....
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