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Motionx by Fullpower
From The Eponymous Pickle

Motionx by Fullpower

I recently posted about the Fullpower Motionx GPS application. I just took a look at their site and saw this page about a number of applications they are concentrating...

Link Catchup on March 25th
From Wild WebMink

Link Catchup on March 25th

Apologies for the break in transmissions; the calendar has been completely full for the last week or so. Obama's Gift To British Prime Minister Rendered Useless...

Site facelift, beware falling
From insideHPC

Site facelift, beware falling

Thanks to Joe over at scalability.org, we didn’t have any more site issues this morning. Hopefully, things will stabilize now. But just to maximize chances that...

Why We Need a "Voice"
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Why We Need a "Voice"

The CSTA publication is called

MIT Open Access Policy
From The Eponymous Pickle

MIT Open Access Policy

MIT is backing an open access policy to make all papers authored by its students and faculty free and openly accessible on the Web. They say this will move control...

Red Bull Employs Platform Computing Technology for 2009 Race
From insideHPC

Red Bull Employs Platform Computing Technology for 2009 Race

The Red Bull Racing Formula One team has recently employed the help of Platform Computing to assist in managing its HPC loads for the 2009 race season.

Novell Ships SLES
From insideHPC

Novell Ships SLES

Novell, today, announced the official release of the SUSE Linux Enterprise platform version 11.

Policy Highlights from Communications of the ACM - March 2008 (Vol. 52, No. 3)
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

Policy Highlights from Communications of the ACM - March 2008 (Vol. 52, No. 3)

This post will be the first in a monthly series to highlight policy-relevant articles in ACM's flagship publication, Communications of the ACM (CACM). There is...

Nurturing Good Ideas at Unilever
From The Eponymous Pickle

Nurturing Good Ideas at Unilever

Its not just about finding new ideas, its about nurturing them. It is about connect and develop. An abstract about an article in the HBR about how consumer product...

CERIAS Symposium on Twitter
From CERIAS Blog

CERIAS Symposium on Twitter

A quick note as we’re getting started: we’ll be live-tweeting events at the 10th Annual CERIAS Information Security Symposium on the @cerias account. If you’ll#cerias...

Future of Machine Intelligence
From The Eponymous Pickle

Future of Machine Intelligence

A report on the future of machine intelligence. What is now being called AGI ... artificial general intelligence. Contrary to what has been called narrow AI, which...

Andrews Corner: My Supercomputer Lied to
From insideHPC

Andrews Corner: My Supercomputer Lied to

Andrew Jones has once again published his monthly insight into all things HPC on ZDNet UK.

Microsoft Research publishes interviews with Bill Buxton and danah boyd
From Putting People First

Microsoft Research publishes interviews with Bill Buxton and danah boyd

The website of Microsoft Research seemed to have been redesigned recently and contains some nice interviews: Buxton putting design into MIX Bill Buxton of Microsoft...

Social Software
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Social Software

A colleague of mine, S

Twittering at
From insideHPC

Twittering at

While I can maintain the pace, I’m going to do live tweets from the HPCC sessions today. Follow the stream at twitter.com/insidehpc. For more related articles visit...

Sandy's Story - for Ada Lovelace DayGuest Blogger: Annemieke Craig, Deakin University, Australia
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

Sandy's Story - for Ada Lovelace DayGuest Blogger: Annemieke Craig, Deakin University, Australia

As indicated in Barbara

Server
From insideHPC

Server

We’re having troubles after the move to the new server. A couple times yesterday the website stopped responding, and since I was on airplanes the site typically...

Mobile phones and the BOP in Washington, DC
From Putting People First

Mobile phones and the BOP in Washington, DC

The Washington Post reports on how homeless people in Washington DC use mobile phone, blogs and e-mail to stay on top of things. “Today, it’s not unusual for the...

Award for user-friendly design of wireless multi-room music system
From Putting People First

Award for user-friendly design of wireless multi-room music system

A few weeks ago the Sonos Multi-Room Music System, a wireless music system, which allows music-lovers to play all the music they want, was honoured with the international...

Bloom Concierge Cart Technology
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bloom Concierge Cart Technology

From SupermarketNews, this was a device I looked at a few years ago called the Concierge cart from Springboard Networks. This appears to be the first actual implementation...
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