The Movie Corpus The Movies Corpus contains 200 million words of data in more than 25,000 movies from the 1930s to the current time. All of the 25,000+ movies are tied in to their IMDB entry, which means that you can create Virtual Corpora using extensive metadata — year, country, rating, genre, etc.
The TV Corpus The TV Corpus contains 325 million words of data in 75,000 TV episodes from the 1950s to the current time. All of the 75,000 episodes are tied in to their IMDB entry, which means that you can create Virtual Corpora using extensive metadata — year, country, series, rating, genre, etc.
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It only took Oz govt transformation bods 6 months and $700k to report that blockchain ain’t worth the effort • The RegisterHe also reiterated the relentless nature of the vendor push. “A lot of the big vendors are pushing blockchain very hard, and internationally most of the hype around blockchain is coming from vendors and companies, not from governments and users and deliverers of services.” Power Causes Brain Damage – The AtlanticLess able to make out people’s individuating traits, they rely more heavily on stereotype. And the less they’re able to see, other research suggests, the more they rely on a personal “vision” for navigation. John Stumpf saw a Wells Fargo where every customer had eight separate accounts. (As he’d often noted to employees, eight rhymes with great.) “Cross-selling,” he told Congress, “is shorthand for deepening relationships.” Jay Eaton ? on Twitter: “90% of graffiti added to video game environments bothers the hell out of me and this is WHY… “