Monthly Archives: November 2010

ECJ on SAS v WPL: A Coming Storm?

While I share Alex’s “law [is] boring” view, this also attracted my attention because it’s (slightly) about statistics software. I feel the SAS v WPL case mentioned on his blog deserves a wider airing: “The basic story is that the … Continue reading

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What Price Networking?

How much would you pay to participate in a social network and what would you expect for that? On the web, I’m used to some social networks being available for free. Usefulness and size varies massively, but there’s quite a … Continue reading

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