Monthly Archives: December 2011

Article: Citeology ??? visualization explores the relationships between…

This kind of visualition might be useful in culturomics research.

Citeology ??? visualization explores the relationships between…
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He did not hold with the??doctrine??of God as Lord, an entity separate from and superior to mankind;[82]??this is shown clearly in his words about Jesus Christ: "He is the only God … and so am I, and so are you." A telling phrase in??The Marriage of Heaven and Hell??is "men forgot that All deities reside in the human breast". This is very much in line with his belief in liberty and social equality in society and between the sexes.

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Reynolds wrote in hisDiscourses??that the "disposition to abstractions, to generalising and classification, is the great glory of the human mind"; Blake responded, in marginalia to his personal copy, that "To Generalize is to be an Idiot; To Particularize is the Alone Distinction of Merit"

Article: Tyranny of the Tools

Of course, I'm no Luddite. I love tools — as a means to communicate. There's no better way to look at a team from a distance (when you can't actually walk into their team room) than some sort of easily accessible online tool. So the team still works like it always has, using bubble gum and bailing wire, and each day somebody takes the stuff on the board and transfers it to a tool. The tool is never used except my remote workers as a way to visit the team room.

This is all just extreme fantasy on my part, of course. I've never seen a company that bought a tool that didn't end up servicing the tool instead of actually being Agile. But I continue to hope.