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andy dudfield
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andy dudfield 16h
Replying to @howlieT
Hurrah!
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andy dudfield Jul 12
I have added this to my profile to settle any Andy/Andrew confusion and because it seems the polite thing to do.
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andy dudfield Jul 12
The Bwlch from the south is just one of the greatest cycling climbs in wales.
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andy dudfield Jul 11
Replying to @mr_dudders
(Why is it always the tweets that people actually notice that have the massive spelling mistakes? County, not country. Obvs)
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andy dudfield Jul 10
This is interesting. Strava data being used by a country council
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Peter Wells Jul 10
The many viral tweets using MP voting data to *incorrectly* state Matt Hancock voted against Domestic Abuse Bill (when he voted against amendment & bill passed Parly without a vote so no record in MP voting data) is a great example of difficulty of turning complex stuff into data
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andy dudfield Jul 9
Replying to @mr_dudders
(it appears to be real - )
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andy dudfield Jul 9
Oh gosh, this genuinely looks like my video conference dream product. (yes, I have one)
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andy dudfield Jul 9
Replying to @anandMenon1
I think yous surely will be OK for an automatic now? (and as a long long long suffering Exeter City fan I can confirm that play offs are stupid and should be avoided at all costs)
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Open Knowledge Foundation Jul 9
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andy dudfield Jul 9
A good thread from Terence below. wrote a, hopefully, useful article on similar themes here.
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andy dudfield Jul 7
Some of the very best people doing some of the very best work at here. Do consider joining them.
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Addshore Jul 3
Now to correctly model between Tors and the hills or "mountains" that they are on. Also need to clean up some Tor vs Rock formation differences? At least everything is now queryable and has coordinates for Dartmoor on Wikidata! (843 Tors in total)
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andy dudfield Jul 3
Replying to @fantasticlife
Anything longer than 1200 words is a book.
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andy dudfield Jul 3
Paper and procedures from big wheels rolling. One of those long and brilliant posts from about linking it all together.
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Ruben Verborgh Jul 1
“More carrots and less sticks, please.” —, as usual providing very valuable and pragmatic insights about real-world Linked Data on the Web
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andy dudfield Jul 1
A big well done to the people who scheduled this for BBC 2 tonight. Such a wonderful show (film?) and so worth 90minutes of anyone's time.
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andy dudfield Jun 30
I had long thought the web archive was basically magic, but today I was told about the side by side diff view for any URL and OH MY DAYS it is good. (The Doctor Who site, it is just my default for archives, cos you know. Wibbly wobbly, timey wimey)
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Henry Lau Jun 30
Death registrations have fallen below the average for the past 5 years. My analysis of this weeks death registration data in week 25 (week ending 19 Jun)
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andy dudfield Jun 30
I guess if 2020 was going to have a play off final, it was always going to be that play off final; hey?
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