Jon Udell’s investigating a Bayesian RSS categorizer. Bayesian spamfilters correlate the probability of words (such as “v1agra” or “ontology”) appearing in an email message; if the aggregate probability from all the words in an email exceeds a certain threshold, the email is put in a specific folder. The blog correlary (I think) would be analyzing […]
I have no idea of the capabilities of Microsoft’s ink blogging tools, but IMO the real ink blogging solution will be one that stores ink on the server and returns ink if the client sends up an appropriate MIME type. Only if the client is incapable of rendering ink will it downgrade the ink to […]
http://www.inklog.com/ is apparently the site where Microsoft Tablet PCers are using their tablet blogging tool. “Not 3 years, 3 days” teases Chris Coulter, referring to this post of mine. Hey, if that’s all they got, I beat ’em to market! I haven’t looked at the headers coming back from inklog.com, but the real key to nailing this […]
Estimating the Airspeed Velocity of an Unladen Swallow Ignobel Prize Committee, where art thou?
Peter Rysavy’s Lonestar screenshots and discussion: Microsoft handed out Lonestar alphas at the Tablet PC get-together at Comdex. Oh man, I should have listened to that little voice in my head that told me to go to Vegas. Most interestingly, Peter says that Lonestar is a small (~10MB), user-installable and uninstallable upgrade that runs absolutely […]