Monthly Archives: September 2011

fifth time’s a charm

Since I’m in a sharing mood these days, I figure I’ll post my most recent (and last) attempt at getting funding for my Bourbon Quito Sex and Crime project. This the fifth iteration of this project narrative, when counting the

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teaching philosophy

As part of the tenure process, I have to write a statement on my teaching philosophy and give examples of putting that philosphy into practice. I always find exercises such as this to feel very strange in the doing. In

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an algorithmic approach to legal culture in the early modern Spanish empire

There’s a problem But wait, there’s more. Wither text analysis Cluster techniques There’s a problem I’ve been playing around for a while now with various algorithms designed to cluster unstructured text. The reason I want to do this is I’m

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google tasks script rewritten and moved to github

I finally got around to rewriting my google tasks script (see previous posts here and here. The script has generated a fair amount of interest for this blog. After intending to do it for a while, I finally rewrote the

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