Monday, February 28, 2005

Blogs of Note

From Geomblog -- "Machine learning blogs appear to be popping up faster than you can say 'expectation-maximization'". With that note, here are a few machine learning (and related) blogs I came across recently




Amir massoud Farahmand said...

You may be honored the "Lord Websurfer of Machine Learning Land". What is your idea?! Or maybe what David Goldberg told: Eagle eyed!
Thanks for your good surfing. It is useful. However, I suggest that you sort them in a more accessible form. For instance, the post on ML reading groups is too good to be archieved in a weblog. Is sidebar a good place? maybe! Or you may even build a whole homepage including some static pages and a dynamic weblog.

Yaroslav said...

Yes, separate page for MLRG's could be good, although I'm not sure what to use to set it up. Wiki is not ideal because people who contribute groups are not aknowledged. Any recommendations?

SoloGen said...

No clear idea! What about a simple old website that categorizes everything by hand?

JoSeK said...

I like Cosma's way to post notebooks. Some interesting post could be like Cosma's Notebooks (as it can be edited and are more static than a normal post)