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Outliers, aberrations, fat tails, trouble at the mill and maybe something good once in awhile
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Une erreur de stratégie et un manque de vision...

Nokia, Blackberry, Motorola… Pourquoi tous ces grands noms de l’industrie technologique ont-ils mis un genou en terre? Et pour d’autres être phagocyter?


Via Hugues Rey
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Google announced that it sold its Motorola operations, but not patents, to Lenovo yesterday.

IBM announced the sale of its low end server business to Lenovo yesterday.

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Rare Events

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Gary King, PhD has a nice collection of outlier event-themed research work, covering a wide range of fields of study. I think the website uses Harvard's OpenScholar CMS, which is an additional feature worth noting.

* The image that accompanies this was my choice (Prof. King has nothing to do with any errors in judgement I might make). It is a photograph of a recent annular eclipse, as observed in Southern California (Spring 2012) via Flickr.

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Empirical Studies of Conflict

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Via M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
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The Empirical Studies of Conflict Project (ESOC) is a new resource for identifying, then analyzing conflict, insurgency or civil war data. It should be helpful for geopolitical risk assessment including changing trends in global political violence.

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