start · The Design Encyclopedia TiddlyWiki — a non-linear personal web notebook A false Wikipedia 'biography' A false Wikipedia 'biography' By John Seigenthaler "John Seigenthaler Sr. was the assistant to Attorney General Robert Kennedy in the early 1960's. — Wikipedia This is a highly personal story about Internet character assassination. I have no idea whose sick mind conceived the false, malicious "biography" that appeared under my name for 132 days on Wikipedia, the popular, online, free encyclopedia whose authors are unknown and virtually untraceable. "John Seigenthaler moved to the Soviet Union in 1971, and returned to the United States in 1984," Wikipedia said. At age 78, I thought I was beyond surprise or hurt at anything negative said about me. I had heard for weeks from teachers, journalists and historians about "the wonderful world of Wikipedia," where millions of people worldwide visit daily for quick reference "facts," composed and posted by people with no special expertise or knowledge — and sometimes by people with malice. Anonymous author "No, we don't," he said.
PatchCleaner | homedev - software development out of the box Version 184.108.40.206 Released 6/16/2015 This version contains some minor fixes, including: Fix to save the move folder location between sessions. Note: There have been no functional changes to the code Since version 220.127.116.11, HomeDev has performed further testing, which involved testing with the latest round of windows updates. All windows update patches installed with no issues being encountered. Running patch cleaner after running a large set of windows updates recovered another 1GB of free space. Version 18.104.22.168 Released 6/9/2015 Hotfix for issue that was identifying false positives. There was a bug that was falsely identifying a small number of patches as orphaned when in fact they were not. If you used the move function the recovery process is: copy the files back into the c:\windows\Installer directory; and re-run the PatchCleaner v22.214.171.124 to correctly identify orphaned patches. If you deleted... I ran this for over a month with out any issues before releasing the first version of the product.
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8 cool tools for data analysis, visualization and presentation Reporters wrangle all sorts of data, from analyzing property tax valuations to mapping fatal accidents -- and, here at Computerworld, for stories about IT salaries and H-1B visas. In fact, tools used by data-crunching journalists are generally useful for a wide range of other, non-journalistic tasks -- and that includes software that's been specifically designed for newsroom use. And, given the generally thrifty culture of your average newsroom, these tools often have the added appeal of little or no cost. I came back from last year's National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR) conference with 22 free tools for data visualization and analysis -- most of which are still popular and worth a look. Like that previous group of 22 tools, these range from easy enough for a beginner (i.e., anyone who can do rudimentary spreadsheet data entry) to expert (requiring hands-on coding). CSVKit Skill level: Expert Runs on: Any Windows, Mac or Linux system with Python installed. DataTables