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tinman (2063)

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tinman spent a few years mucking around industry before going back to school for a Masters. Currently not enjoying the weather in North England..

He wrote Perl that looked suspiciously like C code in 1998, while working as an intern, and has been trying to cure that bad habit ever since.

Journal of tinman (2063)

Thursday May 22, 2003
03:20 AM

grudge matches...

[ #12367 ]

Some of the guys I play counterstrike with (just know most of them through playing CS at the cafe) have apparently gotten us into a grudge match of sorts with some people who work for a call center..

We're good.. *I think* and everyone was pretty cocky about it, and then suddenly a day last week, this unknown guy dropped in and proceeded to blow most of us away :) that kinda woke everyone up to the fact that the competition MIGHT be that good as well, so we're furiously practicing now :)

I'm trying to figure out exactly how Google does its "related" and Google sets matches.. certainly, it seems like it would be really useful to have, but when you think about it, its a huge task to get similar or related matches without using graph theory of some sort.. and graph theory pretty much means that it would only work with linking (you cant translate that into similarity detection for documents, for instance)

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