Monthly Archives: January 2013

Xargs to run commands in parallel

I recently found out xargs had options to parallelize what it is working on. I finally had a good reason to try it. I’m processing log files for the last year. Each day is it’s own unique standalone task. My … Continue reading

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25 Things I wish I knew before moving to San Francisco

via jasonevanish.com Should I move to financial district, since I have a Dahon?

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Hiding your research behind a paywall is immoral

Dammit, we’re scientists. Our job is to make knowledge. If we make it, then brick it up behind a wall, we’re wasting our time and our funders’ money – which ultimately means we’re squandering the world’s wealth. Publishing behind paywalls … Continue reading

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