Sometimes the best part of working within the weblog format is thinking out loud and reviewing things from the previous day. It gives you a moment to be reflective about the nature of things and the happenings that might otherwise have been overlooked. During the course of writing my post yesterday that was oddly enough shared today and back dated as for some reason I never posted it at the end of the writing session was very focused on when to write about what. That last sentence was awfully long. I probably should go back and break it up into a few minor sentences. It was a bit of a rambling mess. Maybe it will be best to leave that rambling for posterity to enjoy.
Yesterday, I decided to post about my Substack newsletter on LinkedIn. That posting sequence was held off for thirty weeks of writing and newsletter building. To grow the newsletter more it would probably be prudent to post a snippet and link each week. Generally that is something that I have been hesitant about. The other thing that I was able to complete yesterday was sorting through all the networking requests that were sitting in my LinkedIn pending invitations screen.
I received an invitation to speak at a conference in October. My research paper related to my conference talks should be done by the date of the talk and that content could round out a solid 30 minute speaking engagement. However, at the moment I’m undecided on committing to anything for the rest of the year.
It took a quick search of Google Photos for the search term, “whiteboard,” but the, “Upcoming Research,” section of the weblog is not filled out. My first cut at putting something up as a list which is fundamentally different for my research trajectory sketch went up today.
This is just a list of upcoming research paper topics that I have started to sketch out as of 8/24:
- Open source MLOps paper (from talks)
- eGov 50 revisited paper
- Local government technology budget study
- The fall of public space paper (could be a book)
- A paper on the quadrants of doing
- A brief look at my perspective on interns
- Some time of perspective on the audience size of ML and why…
- ML model stacking
- Something on reverse federation
- A hyperbolic look at the conjoined triangles of ML
- A literature review of modern polling methodology
- A literature study of mail vs. non-mail polling methodology in practice and study
- ML mesh
- A paper on political debt as a concept vs. technical debt