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Why Publishers Don
From The Noisy Channel

Why Publishers Don

The raging battle between publishers–particularly the newspapers–and Google has been so overplayed lately that I’m tempted to stop blogging about it until something...

Why Publishers Don
From The Noisy Channel

Why Publishers Don

The raging battle between publishers–particularly the newspapers–and Google has been so overplayed lately that I’m tempted to stop blogging about it until something...

Why Publishers Don
From The Noisy Channel

Why Publishers Don

The raging battle between publishers–particularly the newspapers–and Google has been so overplayed lately that I’m tempted to stop blogging about it until something...

Does money equal time? (Regarding proposed NSF funding of qualitative research)
From Apophenia

Does money equal time? (Regarding proposed NSF funding of qualitative research)

Following a conference about qualitative methods, the National Science Foundation issued a report that provided "general guidance for developing qualitative research...

discussion of "impact" at the CHI conference
From Apophenia

discussion of "impact" at the CHI conference

Yesterday, I attended the CHI conference (an ACM conference for those studying and working in the area of human-computer interaction). I had the privilege of speaking...

Netezza Data Liberator
From The Eponymous Pickle

Netezza Data Liberator

On the Data Liberator campaign from Netezza.

Lump of Links for April 11
From Wild WebMink

Lump of Links for April 11

The JRE Class White List - Google App Engine Whether you agree with Sun policing it or not, Java compatibility has served us all very well for over a decade. That...

Paper Uses 2D Barcode
From The Eponymous Pickle

Paper Uses 2D Barcode

New use of 2-D Barcodes in newspapers. A good idea. Newspapers have included URLs for a long time now, though I have also seen a reluctance to provide them this...

What Goes With Wine? Facets, Of Course!
From The Noisy Channel

What Goes With Wine? Facets, Of Course!

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal features an article about “What’s Wrong With Wine on the Web“. While it mostly complains about problems with online wine shops,...

What Goes With Wine? Facets, Of Course!
From The Noisy Channel

What Goes With Wine? Facets, Of Course!

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal features an article about “What’s Wrong With Wine on the Web“. While it mostly complains about problems with online wine shops,...

What Goes With Wine? Facets, Of Course!
From The Noisy Channel

What Goes With Wine? Facets, Of Course!

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal features an article about “What’s Wrong With Wine on the Web“. While it mostly complains about problems with online wine shops,...

LIFT France and I Realize Italy
From Putting People First

LIFT France and I Realize Italy

Last month I announced that the next LIFT conference would take place in Marseilles, France on 18-20 June this year. Entrepreneurs, researchers, artists, designers...

Africa perspective on the role of mobile technologies in fostering social and economic development
From Putting People First

Africa perspective on the role of mobile technologies in fostering social and economic development

Last week, the W3C Mobile Web Initiative organised a workshop on the “Africa Perspective on the Role of Mobile Technologies in Fostering Social Development” in...

Shooting Down Magpies
From The Noisy Channel

Shooting Down Magpies

As regular readers know, I’m ambivalent about advertising in general, but very clear when it comes to shill marketing campaigns. So it’s with pleasure that I see...

Shooting Down Magpies
From The Noisy Channel

Shooting Down Magpies

As regular readers know, I’m ambivalent about advertising in general, but very clear when it comes to shill marketing campaigns. So it’s with pleasure that I see...

Shooting Down Magpies
From The Noisy Channel

Shooting Down Magpies

As regular readers know, I’m ambivalent about advertising in general, but very clear when it comes to shill marketing campaigns. So it’s with pleasure that I see...

IT viewed through a moral prism
From Putting People First

IT viewed through a moral prism

An EU-wide study of emerging technologies led by Leicester

Faith Restored in TripIt But Not In BusinessWeek
From Wild WebMink

Faith Restored in TripIt But Not In BusinessWeek

I couldn't decide where to write about this though, since the two stories span two blogs, so it's over on my personal blog.

e-Learning people: my top four
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

e-Learning people: my top four

For a prospective Ph.D. student, I prepared a list of the 4 people I follow in e-Learning. (This list is not meant to represent the most important people. It is...

Reference vs. Referral
From The Noisy Channel

Reference vs. Referral

I just read an interesting “guessay” by designer Joshua Porter entitled “The Slow Erosion of Google Search“–which in turn cites an insightful essay by Brynn Evans...
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