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You're more likely to get the flu from a sick flight attendant than a sick passenger: study

Air travel is often depicted as a spreader of diseases around the world, given that it squeezes lots of people into a small space. However, a new study shows that you're not likely to get the flu from a passenger seated more than 1 meter, or 3.3
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6 things more likely than winning Warren Buffett's March Madness challenge

It's March, my friends. That means Daylight Saving Time, feeling the warmth of sun for the first time in months, and — of course — basketball. Yes, it's time for March Madness, the month-long frenzy where 64 teams compete in an
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Making a Bayesian Model to Infer Uber Rider Destinations

From: blog.uber.com Via: twitter.com @nealkhosla Making a Bayesian Model to Infer Uber Rider Destinations http://t.co/ZgwEL9W8FD#uberdataPosted by Ren LuIn this latest #UberData
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World Cup Semifinal Crib Notes: Brazil vs. Germany

From: fivethirtyeight.com   By: Neil Paine Via: twitter.com No matter how competent you are. Life has a way of slapping data on the face. http://t.
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Rock, paper, scissors: How to win and how it could matter

From: holykaw.alltop.com   By: Deanne Mayall Via: twitter.com Rock, paper, scissors: How to win and how it could matter http://t.co/n6cGZTfCCSYour
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Radio Ink - Radio's Premier Management & Marketing Magazine

From: www.radioink.com Via: twitter.com Who Are Your Ideal Customers? http://t.co/dbJZBvRULQIs your sales funnel full of prospects that you are unlikely to close, or if you did win would
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Vinod Khosla: Lessons from the fail

From: m.cnet.com   By: Rafe Needleman Via: twitter.com @vkhosla: not what I said "do you agree with @vkhosla that people fundamentally stop trying things at about 30" http://t.co
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Failing is inevitable, every once in a while. Fail well. Fail successfully!

From: social.yourstory.in Recommended by: Niranjan Rao Reddyshetty If failure is viewed with the right lens, it needn't be a bad/ fearful thing that we may think it to be...here's a point of view