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Data as seductive material
From Putting People First

Data as seductive material

Matt Jones (of Dopplr) gave a talk recently on seduction at the Sensing and Sensuality conference at the Umeå Institute of Design, Sweden. It’s all about seductive...

UCL London is starting a new MA in Digital Anthropology
From Putting People First

UCL London is starting a new MA in Digital Anthropology

UCL (which is the abbreviation for “University College London” although you have to look at the site’s footer to find out) is starting a new MA in Digital Anthropology...

The SEO War On Terror
From The Noisy Channel

The SEO War On Terror

I try to keep this blog apolitical, but this is just too funny and sureally on-topic to pass up. According to The Register, the British Office of Security and Counter...

The SEO War On Terror
From The Noisy Channel

The SEO War On Terror

I try to keep this blog apolitical, but this is just too funny and sureally on-topic to pass up. According to The Register, the British Office of Security and Counter...

Lustre Releases New Community
From insideHPC

Lustre Releases New Community

The folks within the Lustre group at Sun have announced the release of a new community site.

Death of Consumer Segmentation?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Death of Consumer Segmentation?

Insightful piece. Though really more about rethinking the idea of consumer segmentation and how it plays out in consumer decision-making. Makes the point that...

Netezza and Mapinfo
From The Eponymous Pickle

Netezza and Mapinfo

Used the package Mapinfo several times in the enterprise. Including the construction of front ends for optimization packages for the supply chain. The world of...

Calit2 at UCSD Teams with
From insideHPC

Calit2 at UCSD Teams with

Darkstrand has announced a recent collaborative agreement with the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology [Calit2] at the University...

JAIST Puts Cray XT5 Into
From insideHPC

JAIST Puts Cray XT5 Into

Cray announced today that the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology [JAIST] has put the country’s first XT5 supercomputer into production.

Enterprise Search eBook
From The Noisy Channel

Enterprise Search eBook

Ron Miller, Contributing Editor at EContent Magazine and Editor at FierceContentManagement, just released a free eBook on enterprise search: I’m pleased to announce...

Enterprise Search eBook
From The Noisy Channel

Enterprise Search eBook

Ron Miller, Contributing Editor at EContent Magazine and Editor at FierceContentManagement, just released a free eBook on enterprise search: I’m pleased to announce...

Enterprise Search eBook
From The Noisy Channel

Enterprise Search eBook

Ron Miller, Contributing Editor at EContent Magazine and Editor at FierceContentManagement, just released a free eBook on enterprise search: I’m pleased to announce...

Leak in supercomputer building forces replacement of $4M in
From insideHPC

Leak in supercomputer building forces replacement of $4M in

Late last week Indystar.com reported that a steam leak in a building being built to house Indiana University’s supercomputers forced the replacement of $4.2M in...

German Windows-HPC user group
From insideHPC

German Windows-HPC user group

I love posts like these. Christian Terboven recaps the second meeting of the German Windows-HPC user group at his blog. The Second Meeting of the German Windows...

Software simplifies proteomics research on Amazon
From insideHPC

Software simplifies proteomics research on Amazon

News posted at HPCwire late last week of a new software package that simplifies the task of using Amazon’s Elastic Compute Cloud for proteomics research Researchers...

Cisco buys scheduling, application performance management software
From insideHPC

Cisco buys scheduling, application performance management software

Timothy Prickett Morgan reported at The Register late last week that Cisco has announced plans to purchase Tidal Software for $105M. Tidal Software, a privately...

From Springenwerk Blog

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Ear Sound Biometrics
From The Eponymous Pickle

Ear Sound Biometrics

Positive identification by ear sound biometics. Had heard of this proposed in 2007 when it was first funded and now it has made some progress.

More on Hand-Scanning Groceries
From The Eponymous Pickle

More on Hand-Scanning Groceries

Another piece on the Scan It! system from Modiv Media. Article is interesting because it discusses actual shopper reactions to the in-aisle scanning idea. It...

Communication Skills for Computer Science Students
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Communication Skills for Computer Science Students

Becoming an effective problem solver is an important skill for our students to master. And, just as important is developing strong interpersonal skills. Our students...
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