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- The Race to Make AI Smaller, Smarter
- Shared Modeling Can Help Schools Predict, Avert Dropouts
- The Ranking of Computer Science Rankings
- Supercomputer Simulations Provide Better Picture of Sun's Magnetic Field
- Making Delivery Robots Disability-Friendly
- Willamette University Creates School of Computing, Information Sciences
- Training Machines for Uncertain Real-World Situations
- AI Model Digests Video to Learn Sign Language
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- SearchResearch Challenge (5/31/23): Did they really burn ancient Roman statues?
- SearchResearch on a podcast--"The Informed Life"--Listen now
- Taking a bit of a break...
- Answer: How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- Comment: LLMs, truth, and consistency--they don't have any idea
- Comment: How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- SearchResearch Challenge (4/19/23): How well do LLMs answer SRS questions?
- Answer: What's this architecture all about?
- SearchResearch Challenge (4/5/23): What's this architecture all about?
- An LLM doesn't know its own mind about using multiple languages
- Recommended debut Sci-Fi novel: “Lightless” by C. A. Higgins
- That All May Read: What IS a print disability? An answer + resources
- Ian Caldwell’s “The Fifth Gospel” — an excellent and riveting thriller
- “Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters” — another excellent YA adventure from Shannon Hale
- Book suggestions from TechRepublic — 7 Leadership titles to read in 2015
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I read this article and thought, “Yes – THIS makes sense.”
How Netflix Reinvented HR: http://hbr.org/2014/01/how-netflix-reinvented-hr/ar/1 I really like Netflix’ approach…here is Harvard Business Review’s “Executive Summary” of the article (my comments in parentheses): Hire, reward, and tolerate only fully formed adults. Ask workers to rely on logic and common sense … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged employee morale, performance reviews, talent management Leave a comment
October = Teen Read Month
I love that YALSA devotes an entire month to Teen Reading – it offers a great opportunity for going to schools and discussing book titles as well as some great homework help services offered by libraries (like Brainfuse’s daily one-on-one … Continue reading
Posted in Information Science, Uncategorized Tagged top teen reads, YALSA Leave a comment
“SYLO” by D. J. MacHale: Military Sci-Fi Thriller series
SYLO by D.J. MacHale; pub date July 2, 2013; ISBN 9781595146656 “It was a perfect night for a football game. And for death.” Pemberwick Island is a idyllic place to live, and the big Friday night entertainment draw for this … Continue reading
Posted in Book Review, Fiction, Uncategorized Tagged invasion, military fiction, Pemberwick Island, sci-fi Leave a comment
My website is up!
Well, even though I had never written XHTML code before, I have successfully completed the "Build A Simple Website"…and it may be simple, but I am pleased with it. I might play around with Expression 3, if we’re allowed to … Continue reading
Talking about ORE Ohio Reference Excellence on the Web, web based training for Reference Service from Ohio Library
A great site to practice Reference Interview skills, with thanks to April S!
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Maybe this year…..
So we did get some tomatoes out of the greenhouse, and one sugar pumpkin. The black kale was going great until the deer ate them down to nubs (it was too warm to keep them in the greenhouse). I was … Continue reading
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Looking over the "20 Things" initially, I was surprised to recognize I was already quite computer savvy. My husband and I have IM’d for years from different rooms in the house. It’s much better than yelling back and forth, "What did … Continue reading
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How gaming could benfit our workplace? I guess if there are matching games for us to familiarize ourselves with authors, good ol’ Dewey Decimal, etc. I doubt very many employees are ensconced in onlnie gaming; unless they are, we certainly can’t give … Continue reading
#18 Google Earth (I use MSFT’s Virtual Earth3D)
I love and hate MSFT Virtual Earth. It is wonderful to get to see where you’re going before you get there, and I had a blast going through my deceased grandparents’ old postcards from their trips they took as a young … Continue reading
I do think it’s funny that people think the web-based applications are "Free"…who is writing them if no one is paying a programmer? And since you HAVE to have a google account to use google docs, don’t you think maybe … Continue reading