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Announcing: The Shopper Marketing Lab
From The Eponymous Pickle

Announcing: The Shopper Marketing Lab

A radical and valuable idea, from Dave Katz, more details as they emerge:CLIENTONE INTRODUCES SHOPPER MARKETING 2.0 THE SHOPPER MARKETING LAB SHOPPER DATA SETSATLANTA...

SAP Expands BI Strategy
From The Eponymous Pickle

SAP Expands BI Strategy

At the current Sapphire meeting SAP has announced a number of expansions of its business intelligence capabilities. These appear to be quite innovative in their...

Customer Loyalty a Bad Thing?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Customer Loyalty a Bad Thing?

Provocative thought, Many efforts underway to promote loyalty. Is is always a good thing? From Harvard Business Publishing: ... It might be tempting to pamper...

Catching Up With Hunch
From The Noisy Channel

Catching Up With Hunch

Last week, I stopped by the Hunch office to learn more about what they’re doing, as well as to contribute my own thoughts about socially enhanced decision making...

Catching Up With Hunch
From The Noisy Channel

Catching Up With Hunch

Last week, I stopped by the Hunch office to learn more about what they’re doing, as well as to contribute my own thoughts about socially enhanced decision making...

ANL
From insideHPC

ANL

The NSF.gov site is running a video interview with Kate Keahey of the Nimbus project, a cloud computing infrastructure developed at Argonne National Lab. Nimbus...

links for 2009-05-11
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-05-11

Linux Breaking Through The Microsoft Monopoly Excellent and encouraging analysis from Robin here. Scott McNealy has been saying...

MySears Community
From The Eponymous Pickle

MySears Community

Recently I took a look at Sears new IPhone application. Not very exciting, but it works well. They are continuing with a social networking called MySears. The...

SGI Unveils New Org Structure and New
From insideHPC

SGI Unveils New Org Structure and New

SGI!? Don

UK Met tries to cure its black
From insideHPC

UK Met tries to cure its black

The UK Met Office (the British government’s weather forecasting agency, founded in 1854) had some bad press in January of this year when the TimesOnline ran an...

Tech and Simplicity
From The Eponymous Pickle

Tech and Simplicity

Technology simplifies tasks, but complicates lives. Good reminder, we need it.

Russian HPC vendor announces Tesla
From insideHPC

Russian HPC vendor announces Tesla

T-Platforms announced late last week that they’ve joined the ranks of vendors enthusiastic about NVIDIA’s Prefconfigured Tesla Cluster program T-Platforms, the...

New version of CUDA
From insideHPC

New version of CUDA

NVIDIA announced last week that it has released version 2.2 of CUDA, which includes support for Windows 7 among other features. Some of the highlights Visual Profiler...

HPCS 2009 program, workshops
From insideHPC

HPCS 2009 program, workshops

The Canadian High Performance Computing Symposium 2009 program has been announced and you can find details at www.hpcs2009.org. The symposium is also hosting a...

The most dangerous
From insideHPC

The most dangerous

…from a computer program, as a professor at my alma mater used to say, is an answer that looks “about right.” Dan Reed has an interesting post on his blog right...

Gemalto, Microsoft, Nokia and Philips team up to advance
From Putting People First

Gemalto, Microsoft, Nokia and Philips team up to advance

At the Future of the Internet conference in Prague today, Gemalto, Microsoft, Nokia and Philips announced a new initiative that will address the fundamental societal...

Back from Qatar
From CSDiary

Back from Qatar

In a week it will be commencement weekend at Carnegie Mellon. The ceremony will hold special interest for the School of Computer Science, since Google CEO Eric...

Asymmetric Following
From The Eponymous Pickle

Asymmetric Following

O'Reilly on asymmetric following. This is an aspect of social media I had been thinking about since being introduced to them. He has some excellent points here...

Netezza Links with eHarmony
From The Eponymous Pickle

Netezza Links with eHarmony

Another interesting application of advanced data warehousing capabilities. With other applications matching consumers and retailers:" ... Online dating service...

Book: Identity in the Age of Cloud Computing
From Putting People First

Book: Identity in the Age of Cloud Computing

Identity in the Age of Cloud Computing: The next-generation Internet’s impact on business, governance and social interaction J.D. Lasica The Aspen Institute, 2009...
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