My Twitter Digest for 09/27/2016

My Twitter Digest for 09/26/2016 https://t.co/i43c9xWYA2 15:31:48, 2016-09-27 RT @johnpmayer: Empirical Evidence That Formative Assessment Improve Final Exams https://t.co/4yXhHOViKU 16:37:13, 2016-09-27 @johnpmayer all that formative assessment seems good for students but sounds like a lot of work for faculty. How will it play out? in reply to johnpmayer 16:38:23, 2016-09-27 RT @opencontent: October 1 is the…

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Siege is an http load testing and benchmarking utility

Siege is an http load testing and benchmarking utility. It was designed to let web developers measure their code under duress, to see how it will stand up to load on the internet. Siege supports basic authentication, cookies, HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols. It lets its user hit a server with a configurable number of…

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My Twitter Digest for 09/26/2016

RT @mgsiegler: "…and a guy who likes a bowl of spicy, savory pork and noodles with a cold beer…" 🍻 https://t.co/fcudfcrK5f 09:08:03, 2016-09-26 My Twitter Digest for 09/25/2016 https://t.co/F6eJpeMyvc 15:30:55, 2016-09-26

My Twitter Digest for 09/25/2016

10 Top Open Source Artificial Intelligence Tools for Linux https://t.co/LzgQZJPh0i https://t.co/9GdlcKNcqd 13:48:53, 2016-09-25 RT @mediacurrent: Why @Acquia's Dev Desktop makes a good starting point for contributing to #Drupal https://t.co/CrCTUDv59l 21:44:36, 2016-09-25

10 Top Open Source Artificial Intelligence Tools for Linux

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is advancing fields in science and technology, In this post, we will show top open-source artificial intelligence tools for Linux. Source: 10 Top Open Source Artificial Intelligence Tools for Linux

My Twitter Digest for 09/23/2016

RT @johnpmayer: LSC Strategic Plan – 2016 – https://t.co/Fhx8yiCsYd 11:25:58, 2016-09-23 My Twitter Digest for 09/22/2016 https://t.co/9xODNHtxIu 15:31:30, 2016-09-23 RT @HillaryClinton: Is this the president we want for our daughters? https://t.co/GP4rfhPDGm 17:29:28, 2016-09-23 RT @ETLinitiative: In-depth discussions taking place during a breakout session at the #ETLConference on the importance of learning outcomes… 17:29:44, 2016-09-23 RT @arstechnica:…

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My Twitter Digest for 09/22/2016

Should everyone have a blog? https://t.co/nkICTLm7RV https://t.co/7bFs9SnIEq 09:32:33, 2016-09-22 Sarah Glassmeyer: Opening a window on closed data https://t.co/bOotZgnDHx via @ABAJournal 10:38:52, 2016-09-22 My Twitter Digest for 09/21/2016 https://t.co/RfCeq6PDl1 15:32:07, 2016-09-22 Put yourself on internet with Jekyll, GitHub and Cloudflare – Adrián G. https://t.co/wKqx6L48Nx https://t.co/FNxToFccQv 16:17:18, 2016-09-22 The latest on open access to legal opinions from Peter Martin: Better…

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The latest on open access to legal opinions from Peter Martin: Better Never than So Very Late? « Citing Legally

In today’s environment, reducing the time involved in bringing the Court’s decisions to print, whether preliminary or final, is no longer an important goal. Making them promptly available to the public, the legal profession, and the nation’s other courts in final citable form is and that requires a serious program of electronic publication. Source: Better…

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Put yourself on internet with Jekyll, GitHub and Cloudflare – Adrián G.
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Having a website on internet is a very powerful tool, you can create a tech blog, like mine, a site with your curriculum vitae, a portfolio, whatever you want. Being on internet increases your visi…

Source: Put yourself on internet with Jekyll, GitHub and Cloudflare – Adrián G.

My Twitter Digest for 09/21/2016

deepstream.io – the open realtime server https://t.co/YThmy2MTcp 13:08:22, 2016-09-21 RT @johnpmayer: FYI @caliorg is constantly updating lessons. e.g. State Action..covers basic Const. doctrine of state action. https://t.c… 13:36:46, 2016-09-21 Feels like they're throwing in the towel when needed most – Statement from Sunlight Foundation's board chairman https://t.co/D7MaY0vqrB 13:42:37, 2016-09-21 RT @textfiles: it only took 32 read…

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