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I’m going to try to blog some weekly updates, inspired by Doug. Lets see how it goes, eh? This week I’ve been: Working with a team of HEI data analysts looking into Taught Postgraduate courses as part of Analytics Labs, a … Continue reading
OK, I admit it, I’ve been ignoring this blog for way too long! But that doesn’t mean nothing has been happening – quite the opposite. About a year ago I became one of the founding partners of Cetis LLP, and since … Continue reading
Get it here!
I’ve finally released version 2.9 of HtmlCleaner! This month I also had to answer my first ever official support request for HtmlCleaner in my “day job” – it appears a researcher at the University of Oxford is using it as … Continue reading
In my last post I looked at the first part of Kwan and West’s paper, which concerns the phases of technology adoption. Now I’m turning to the second part, which concerns the adoption model. Kwan and West propose the following … Continue reading
This doesn’t work: In fact, it just silently fails to add any child nodes. No exceptions, nada. This gives the same result: But *this* does work: Gah!
Its the first release of 2014, and its got a nice patch from Rafael that makes it run a lot faster (who knew that just checking whether a String is a valid Double in the XPath processor would cause so … Continue reading
(This was prompted by the news that Groklaw is shutting down, in large part due to concerns over conducting business by email now that there is no legal or constitutional protection for its privacy. You can find out more about … Continue reading
Well this whole Prism business has been quite interesting from a personal perspective, especially this “metadata” business. A long time ago, though not actually that far away from where I am now, I worked as a junior technical writer at … Continue reading