Links

Here are some things I follow. I think they’re interesting – you may also. This list will change over time, so what you see today may not be here tomorrow.

Joel on Software
Joel is a brilliant writer. His views on how to build software are both strong and well put. I agree with much of what he has to say on this topic, though it seems clear that his experience with large teams is far in the past.
William M. Briggs, Statistician
Briggs is a good writer when it comes to describing how statistics are [mis-]used in many cases. Indeed, his favorite whipping posts are the social scientists and the global climate change crowd. Both seem to be quite liberal in their particularly novice use of statistics.
Unclutterer
We’re always looking for help in dealing with clutter. It seems to arrive faster than we can deal with. Erin has useful hints.