Monthly Archives: December 2011

Katz & Bommarito – Slides from Introductory Tutorial in Network Analysis and Law @ Jurix 2011 Meeting (University of Vienna – Faculty of Law)

Network Analysis and Law: Introductory Tutorial @ Jurix 2011 Meeting View more presentations from Daniel Katz

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Benoît B. Mandelbrot: Fractals in Science, Engineering and Finance (Roughness and Beauty) [via MIT World]

Many of you are aware of my obsession (here) (here) (here) with fractals, power law distributions, etc. and their role in understanding a variety of phenomena.  In this spirit, I recently came across this video on MIT World from the … Continue reading

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NORAD Tracks Santa – 2011- London, United Kingdom [Powered By Google Earth]

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Larry Ribstein R.I.P.

This is a sad day for the American Legal Academy. It has been reported (here) (here) (here) that Larry Ribstein has unexpectedly passed away. While I have only known Larry for about a year, we probably exchanged ~100 emails and … Continue reading

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21st Century Law Practice London Summer Program — Michigan State University College of Law & Westminster Law (London Summer 2012)

21st Century Law Practice London Summer Program — Michigan State University – College of Law & Westminster University View more presentations from Daniel Katz

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Klaus Stadlmann – The World’s Smallest 3D Printer (TEDxVienna)

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Legal Language Explorer – Presentation @ 24th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems (Jurix 2011)

Presentation @ 24th International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems ( Jurix 2011 – Vienna ) View more presentations from Daniel Katz

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Announcing the Beta Pre-Release of Legal Language Explorer.com

In partnership with Michigan State University College of Law and Emory Law, today we announce the Beta Pre-Release of a New Web Interface – LegalLanguageExplorer.com. We are just getting started here with this project and anticipate many features that will … Continue reading

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Network Analysis and Law Tutorial @ Jurix 2011 – Universität Wien

I am going to bump this post back to the top as a reminder – we look forward to seeing you at the Jurix 2011 Network Analysis and Law Tutorial … “Prior to the 2011 Jurix Conference on Legal Knowledge … Continue reading

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Hrabowski: An Educator Focused on Math and Science (via 60 Minutes)

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Thomas Suarez – The 6th Grader who is also iPhone Application Developer … [TedX ManhattanBeach]

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Visualizing the Race for the 2012 Republican Nomination {Using Data from the Intrade Prediction Markets}

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Model Thinking – A Free Online Course with Scott E. Page (Director of UMich Center for Study of Complex Systems)

Starting in the January 2012, Scott E. Page (one of my PhD thesis advisors) will teach Model Thinking (a free online course offered via the consortium that brought you AI Class, Machine Learning, etc.) Scott and I have previously teamed … Continue reading

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