Up-vote all you want, but the Internet isn't a democracy

Up-vote all you want, but the Internet isn't a democracy
In late summer, after one of his animations hit Reddit's front page, Schneider devised a bit of code to help figure out exactly how that happened. For six weeks, his script logged the top 100 posts on Reddit every five minutes, dumping the data into a …
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FTSE 100 hits new five-week high
Britain's top share index advanced to a five-week high on Monday as investors bought into the consumer staples and retail sectors, with supermarket group Tesco leading the gainers. The stand-out mover of the day however was mid-cap services outsourcer …
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Study: Amazon, Microsoft Continue IaaS Battle
… the best option, especially when market research conflicts. Even Talkin' Cloud's own research confirms a difference in results among respondents. According to the 2014 Talkin' Cloud 100 — which ranks the world's top cloud service providers …
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