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with the lilting but jargony name “Allele.” The genetic allusion isn’t a superficial conceit: it is genuinely genomic music. Each of the 40 members of the chorus will be singing a score based on part of his or her own DNA . The project began with geneticist Andrew Morley and the Wellcome Trust’s “Music from the Genome” project, which had sequenced the DNA of 40 gifted singers to learn whether they had any distinctive genetic commonalities that might be indicative of musical ability. The findings of that genomic study have not yet been published. In the interim, however, Morley—who had sung ...
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Developer predicts cooling condo market | Vancouver Condo Info
B.C.’s development industry must be nimble, disciplined and well-financed to survive the cooling of the provincial market, a veteran developer says. The Lower Mainland has yet to experience the full impact of the U.S. housing slowdown and the troubles sweeping the Interior’s forest sector, Concert Properties president David Podmore said yesterday. “I do think you’re going to see a continued slowing of our economy as . . . what’s happening in the Interior and the U.S. spill over,” Podmore told a conference on the future of B.C.’s housing industry. “You’re going to have to ... market research, surveys and trends
Modern British Collecting | Quad Royal
for a few weeks now, and am guiltily aware that I haven’t given it a proper mention yet.  Now there are a whole heap of real life reasons why this hasn’t happened, which I won’t go on about, but I am also aware that I’m finding it hard to come to a conclusion about it.  Which is absurd, so here are a few thoughts which may or may not come to a definite answer at the end. Tom Eckersley, Seven Seas Vitamin Oil, 1947 This doesn’t mean that I don’t like it.  The book is beautiful and would justify its cover price (more on that below) for the illustrations alone.  You’ve seen a few on the ... market research, surveys and trends


A study by Sharpe Partners, an interactive marketing agency, revealed that 89% of adult Internet users in America share content with others via e-mail. This is excellent news for those companies who use self-propelling “word-of-mouse” e-mail techniques to sell their products. The study generated some interesting results regarding the type of content that is most often forwarded, as well. The most popular content is humorous material. The second most popular category is news, followed by healthcare and medical information, religious and spiritual material, games, business and personal finance information and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Financial Institutions Deploy CheckFree FraudNetTM to Bolster ...
ATLANTA and LAS VEGAS, Nov. 16 / - BAI Retail Delivery Conference & Expo, Booth # 1417 -- CheckFree Corporation (NASDAQ:CKFR) today announced that more than 40 financial institutions will deploy CheckFree FraudNet(TM), an automated fraud detection and case management system, by the end of 2006. Two of the nation's top 10 national banks, five super-regional banks, as well as brokerage firms, credit unions and community banks, are among the institutions that have already implemented CheckFree FraudNet and achieved tangible results. CheckFree FraudNet was introduced in November 2005 to help ensure that receiving and paying ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Charles Rennie Mackintosh, by James Macaulay
John McKean finds this latest biography of the celebrated Scottish architect confusing and of shaky scholarly integrity. An astonishing number of books have the title Charles Rennie Mackintosh .  A glance at Amazon quickly shows readers’ understandable confusions between them.  Can publishers really not accept more creative titles to distinguish very different volumes?     As James Macaulay’s handsome and beautifully produced volume now tops the pile, the potential reader deserves some help in relating the meat to what it says on the tin. The 246 illustrations offer a first clue to its shape: 31% picture Mackintosh architecture; ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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railway advertising posters. With the help ot expert Paul Rennie, we celebrate the golden age ot seaside graphic ... to convey ideas of modernity associated with many of ... Rennies Seaside Modern, 47 The Old High Street, Folkestone, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
This week in the BMJ
Sep 16, 2006 ... BMJ careers advertising 020 7383 6531. Display advertising .... Rennie, deputy editor at JAMA, has comfort for those of us who don't. ... Given the number of words and ideas flying about, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Jason Rennie's Research Pensieve
1/10/07 - Why is precision-recall breakeven ill-defined? Because the breakeven value cannot necessarily be attained (since it is typically taken to be an average of the precision and recall values at some "close" precision-recall point). Consider a contingency table: The entries stand for: t rue p ositive, f alse p ositive, f alse n egative and t rue n egative. The contingency table is a representation of the performance of a classifier. Typically, a single classifier may yield different contingency tables simply by altering its rate of positive/negative predictions. Different applications may find different ...
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BP oil well suggestion, critique please | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
Imagine a very wide, say 20ft+ hose made of some sort of plastic fiber. Now sink one end of it over the well. Since oil is more viscous than water and there will be pressure building up inside of this huge hose the water will be forced out through the walls of the hose leaving a column of oil. This hose may be going all the way up to the surface or only a fraction of the way up. Now add to that many boats on the surface with smaller hoses sunk into this bigger hose pumping the oil out and transferring it to the tanker ship. The difference of this method vs all normal methods is that there is no high pressure, large throughput ...
Whats the difference between Glasgow and Edinburgh? - Yahoo! Answers
Glasgow (Glaschu in Gaelic; or Glesca/Glesga in colloquial Scots) is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the United Kingdom after London and Birmingham; as well as being the most populous unitary authority area. It is situated on the River Clyde in the country's west central lowlands. People from Glasgow are known as Glaswegians. Glaswegian is also the name of the local dialect of Scots, commonly known as the Glasgow Patter. The city was formerly a royal burgh, and was known as the "Second City of the British Empire" in the Victorian era. It established itself as a major transatlantic trading port ...