Better Decisions === Faster Stats
Some T Shirts I drew for a contest for SAS. ( of course thanks to http://zazzle.com you can create T Shirts for almost any product as well). Also try http://scribd.com it has slightly better social media integration the slideshare.net
My New Page Arts @Ajay is now online at https://decisionstats.wordpress.com/privacy-3/ajay-arts/
and shows some of my left brain ( or was it right brain) activity including three books of poems, 1 cartoon book, 4-5 T Shirt designs, one collage and links to my short video collection on YouTube
ps- I was supposed to blog once a week, but I thought what the … let me make it two times a week.
Here is a way to create Content Aggregator-
1) Create a Google Alert for keywords (like say MapReduce and Hadoop)
2) Create a WordPress.com free blog and enable the Auto Post by Email Feature (using manage my blogs in Settings- Reading in Left Bottom Margin). This creates an email with random numbers that can enable you for sending emails and thus auto posting.
3) Create an Email Filter in your Gmail Account to auto forward this to the post by Email Account
Note you can thus create an auto aggregator and pick and choose for creating a Keyword specific or domain specific newsletter. It is all free and takes 15 minutes to set up, and is then automated.
Here is a new search engine for comparing prices and lots of stock images ( the kind professional photographers use). For Prices as low as $1-3 you can test,evaluate and buy very beautiful images to really zing up your marketing collateral as well as client presentations. Here is an example of querying for the word analysis and the images that come in.
Compare these results with the free results in Google Image Search and you can see that it is definitely worth a dekko given the very low prices that are checked here and the multiple websites that are listed.
Google Image Search (free) for the word Analysis
Spider Pic- Options to buy Images for as low as 1$ for your presentation
At 32, I am probably too old to do this- but I am finally learning C
Another tutorial from CS at Stanford is also quite good
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