Collection of useful Links (So Web 1.0)


Charlottesville Weather

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Ruby Redbone Coonhound - 9 weeks

 

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Search for Knowledge

www.google.com 

wikipedia

www.dogpile.com

Dictionary.com - Dictionary and Rogets Thesaurus

www.spanishdict.com

flightstats.com

www.ted.org

StumbleUpon

Reddit

Fitday

News

www.nytimes.com 

WashingtonPost.com

Talking Points Memo

Rollingstone

Salon

Huffington Post

CBS Sports

National Public Radio Site 

www.doonesbury.com

www.slate.com

www.slashdot.org

Charlottesville Daily Progress Newspaper

Places

http://ebird.org

AllRecipes

Beer Advocate

Books

www.amazon.com

Walt Whitman HyperText Archive 

www.audible.com

Project Gutenberg

Entertaining

Facebook

VirginiaSports.com

SportsLine.com

www.virginia.edu

www.consumerreports.com

www.edge.org

Exquisite Corpse 

www.shareware.com  

www.ebay.com  

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/  

www.mdhb.com - Maryland Homebrew   

Charlottesville Movies

My Garden Blog

Lists

Cartoons I Like...

Entertaining

XKCD

PhD Comics

Brevity

F Minus

Reply All

Bizarro

Boondocks

Doonsbury

Dilbert

Non Sequitor

In the Bleachers

Statistics, Visualizations and Data Mining Blogs

Nathan Yau - Data Viz. Site

Mathew Hurst Blog

D.G. Mayo Statistics Blog (VT Philosophy)

David McCandless Data Viz Blog

Williams College Math and Stats Dept Blogs

Daniel Reeves, Sharad Goel Microsoft Research - New York City, Kelly Savage illustrates

Nuit Blanche - Igor Carron's Matrix Factorization Compressive Sensing blog

Stephanie Nguyen's Blog

Messy Matters | Bring your own data

Kaiser Fung's Blog

West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)

Robin Hanson's Blog

Matt Asher's Blog

Radford Neal's Blog

Using statistics to support progressive social change

John Johnson's Blog

Revolution Analytics (R Vendor)

Robin Ryder's Blog

Phil Birnbaum's blog (Sports - Sabermetrics)

Blog is jointly written by Statisticians from Paris (Université Paris-Dauphine, CREST-ENSAE)

Andrew Gelman, et al

Harold O. Kiess, Ph.D. and Bonnie A. Green, Ph.D. Statistical Concepts for the Behavioral Sciences

Full Fact is an independent factchecking organisation (UK).

John Cook's Blog

Market Research Methodology Blog

WSJ - The Numbers Blog

UMich Complex Systems Center

Statistical Laboratory in the University of Cambridge Blog

Xi' An's Blog