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Graphical Analysis Of The 2008 Utah Senate

Here’s a new tool I’ve been working on for data analysis stuffed full of political intrigue. This is a chart of the 2008 Utah Senate. Each senator attracts the others based on how often the two agreed on non-unanimous roll … Continue reading

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New Look

It seems like the IE problems are ironed out and even the brand new IE7 bugs are under control.  Please let me know if you have any problems with the new look of Brian’s Utah Weblog. If you are using … Continue reading

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Site Redesign

Ethan has started using WordPress so it’s time for me to do a small redesign. Firefox users should see new style tomorrow. Those of you using backwards and outdated browsers like Internet Explorer will have to wait a bit longer … Continue reading

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Redistricting Liveblog For Tuesday

Chris at YDems handled the liveblogging for today. I couldn’t be at the redistricting committee, so I was happy to see another member of the Utah blogging community there to cover it. A technology note on the difference between blogging … Continue reading

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Civicspace Changes Course

The Civicspace project, which powers most of the progressive community web communities areound the nation, has redefined itself. The Civicspace project started as Deanspace, the community organizing platform created ad hoc by the Dean For America campaign (now Democracy For … Continue reading

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Mozy Deathmatch makes the Trib

The Tribune did a story today on the Mozy computer programming Deathmatch. Jon Jensen wrote a story about the Deathmatch on his weblog. Mozy reports that of several hundred entries and 122 who submitted some answer to one or more … Continue reading

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Computer Programming — Mozy Deathmatch

Yesterday I signed up for the $10,000 Mozy.com Deathmatch, a computer programming contest.Mozy, the product of Berkeley Data Systems of Amrican Fork, is a very cool best-of-breed personal online data backup system. To keep up with technology development, Berkeley sponsored … Continue reading

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