Georges Duverger

I am Georges Duverger.

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Product at Phosphorus (computational genomics). Previously Engineering at eBay and Hunch (acquired). Maker of Fitmeal (1st NLP for food). Taller in real life.

  1. Comptes de Campagne
    La Commission Nationale des Comptes de Campagne et des Financements Politiques (CNCCFP) publie tous les ans un rapport d'activité. Voici un aperçu de ce que j'y ai découvert au sujet des élections législatives françaises.
    December 29
  2. 5 Million Calories Later
    I left eBay last June to focus on my own project in the nutrition and health space. I am now at the 6 month mark—as good a time as any to have a brief look back.
    January 26
  3. No More Calorie Counting
    Last month, I talked at the NY Quantified Self Meetup about how I replaced calorie counting with a machine learning algorithm that learns about my diet over time. This is a recording of the presentation, along with an edited transcript.
    September 8
  4. Nutrition, Quantified Self, and Machine Learning
    I have been tracking what I eat since September 2013. 22 months and counting. More than 3,000 entries. 230 espressos. Throughout that process, I learned a ton about what works and what doesn't when it comes to logging food.
    July 23
  5. Ask “Do You Like X?”, Not “What Do You Like?”
    I recently sat in a user testing session for a project I am working on at eBay. This new product initially prompted participants to add their interests (e.g., handbags, comic books) to a list. This task turned out to be more difficult than we anticipated.
    July 19
  6. The Strange Case of Ellis v. City of Grand Rapids
    While reading about the Constitution of the United States, I stumbled upon the following case. In 1966, the city of Grand Rapids demanded that a landowner sell his property to a Catholic hospital based on the Preamble of the Constitution.
    July 2
  7. 3 Things I Believe
    I have been working in the Web industry for more than 5 years—3 startups, 2 countries, 1 acquisition—but until now I never took the time to write down what I believe in (professionally, at least).
    June 21
Blog inspired by Oliver Reichenstein, Dustin Curtis, Chris Dixon, and Ryan Singer. Code forked from David Albert.