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The power of conciseness

by Pietro Vischia

On this blog, I have 10 blog posts in a draft state; some of them are at a somehow advanced stage, some of them have only the title and a general outline of the topic.

Almost all of them have been sitting there for months. Why?

Well, it turns out I want to pack a lot of content in a single post. My past posts are average long, and I put quite some work into them. The issue starts when I begin to be submerged by various tasks, but it is not a matter of lack of time: it is a matter of motivation friction. Continue reading “The power of conciseness”

What could you do in a low-cost flight?

by Pablo de Castro

This post is the result of a self-imposed free-writing exercise while crossing on a plane, therefore it differs in format and content from my previous compositions. My aim was to write what I was thinking, without editing or overthinking. Here you go!

Continue reading “What could you do in a low-cost flight?”

Comparing characters

by Greg Kotkowski

A week ago I performed elementary text mining of the network Grant Agreement document, which was described in the post Summarizing documents. Pablo has suggested to scrap also our blog, as it might have some interesting information. Well, I took his suggestion seriously.

Downloading all the content from the blog turned out to be quite an easy task. I exploited the Continue reading “Comparing characters”

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