Googling for some stachistical learning stuff I've found the Cosma's HomePage. Cosma is working on the Center for the Study of Complex Systems, University of Michigan and seems to be a really interesting guy. Some interesting things in his page are the Notes on Probability, Statistics and Stochastic Processes and the NoteBooks where you can find a lot of interesting things.
The webpage of the book has a lot of interesting material, including an online version of the book. It is very usefull as this book is the main reference on Reinforcement Learning.
Today I've found an "out of print" machine learning book that has been made freely avaiable by the editors. The book is"Machine Learning, Neural and Statistical Classification". I haven't read it yet but when I do I'll post about the quality of the book.
I've created this blog to post comments about Machine Learning. I'm currently a PhD student working on Bayessian Learning and I would post every interesting thing. I would like you to contribute with interesting information about Machine Learning algorithms, conferences, software or whatever.