- — Thomas Levenson (@TomLevenson)Thu, Feb 28 2013 22:06:52
- — Thomas Levenson (@TomLevenson)Thu, Feb 28 2013 22:09:03Got his entrepeneural start, sez #mitnatesilver was through playing poker and working on system that became PECOTA system.
- — Thomas Levenson (@TomLevenson)Thu, Feb 28 2013 22:26:04So, #mitnatesilver says he started analyzing politics under Poblano pseudonym at DKos, partly because he didn't want to mix b-ball, politics
- — Zak Accuardi (@zaccuardi)Thu, Feb 28 2013 22:56:20
- — Steven Schirra (@schirra)Thu, Feb 28 2013 23:46:50Silver: Some models, such as tides, sunrise/sunset, become institutionalized. We don't even think of them as models anymore. #mitnatesilver
- — Rachael Meager (@economeager)Thu, Feb 28 2013 23:10:34Ah MIT! The inevitable open source question....Nate doesnt rule it out but points out his model is his livelihood! #mitnatesilver
- — Thomas Levenson (@TomLevenson)Thu, Feb 28 2013 23:15:42"if you link to somethign stupid. hurt brand in long run, and its easy to compete w. stupid." says #mitnatesilver how to differentiate?
- — Carly Carioli (@carlycarioli)Thu, Feb 28 2013 23:16:36
- — Thomas Levenson (@TomLevenson)Thu, Feb 28 2013 23:56:57Question re Snowfall story in NYT. #mitnatesilver discusses the issues of craft in marrying multimedia elements into a valuable user exp.
Nate Silver on politics, baseball, journalism and more
The celebrated election forecaster presented his work as an antidote to ‘terrible’ political pundits at an MIT event on Feb. 28.