I’m a Data Miner: T-Shirts, Mugs and Mousepads

From now on, Data Mining Research starts selling! I have created a small collection of mugs, t-shirts and mousepads on Zazzle. The title of the collection is: I’m a Data Miner


I have started by a set of sentences about data mining. They are all available on mugs, t-shirts and mousepads. You can order in a few clicks and pay easily through credit cards or paypal. All the benefits from these I’m a Data Miner mugs, t-shirts and mousepads will be given to various charity associations. For the first few months, I have chosen Caritas.

This means that the money made by Data Mining Research from this collection will be entirely given to people who need help. This gives you two main reasons to buy these items: exibit proudly who you are (a data miner) and help people in the need around the world. Also, if you like this initiative, please spread the words.

What do you think about this initiative? Will you buy a mug, t-shirt or mousepad?

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5 Comments on I’m a Data Miner: T-Shirts, Mugs and Mousepads

  1. Matthias on Thu, 15th Jan 2009 1:10 pm
  2. Ha ha ha, so beautiful !
    I’ll order one of each.

  3. steffen on Fri, 16th Jan 2009 12:28 pm
  4. “I Hate Overfitting”
    “I can see your future”

    made me laugh … awesome idea

  5. Sandro Saitta on Fri, 16th Jan 2009 2:08 pm
  6. @Matthias and steffen: I’m happy you like them! :-) I’m looking forward to add new articles with new sentences!

  7. Lucian on Sat, 17th Jan 2009 9:58 pm
  8. Few others:
    Knowledge is knowledge… and viceversa.

    or:

    Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem (Occam’s razor).

  9. Sandro Saitta on Thu, 22nd Jan 2009 1:26 pm
  10. Thanks for your propositions Lucian. I will ask the readers of DMR before making the next ones.

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