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Wolfram previews a kind of computational
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Wolfram previews a kind of computational

c|net has an article on Wolfram Research’s new product, Wolfram Alpha, being launched later this month Wolfram Alpha is like a cross between a research library,...

Rackable announces Q1, posts
From insideHPC

Rackable announces Q1, posts

Rackable, er Sgrackable, Racka-GI, the company that just bought SGI, announced its first quarter results yesterday. The company lost $.46 per share, GAAP net loss...

IBM partners in fight against
From insideHPC

IBM partners in fight against

Yesterday IBM and the U of Texas announced that they were working together to use the World Community Grid in the fight against

SC09 podcast with Cherri Pancake, getting the most out of
From insideHPC

SC09 podcast with Cherri Pancake, getting the most out of

SC is a huge conference, and gets bigger every year. But the conference has kept up, listening to attendee feedback and introducing new tools, features, and support...

links for 2009-05-06
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-05-06

How David Beats Goliath Great (if rather long) article from Gladwell reminding us that David beat Goliath by playing as David. ...

Most Interaction09 conference videos now online
From Putting People First

Most Interaction09 conference videos now online

Most of the videos of the Interaction09 conference, that took place this February in Vancouver, Canada, are now available online (see also here). Here is a personal...

The poverty of user-centered design
From Putting People First

The poverty of user-centered design

Andrew Dillon, dean of the School of Information (”iSchool”) at the University of Texas, writes on his blog InfoMatters that he finds “the term

User-centred approach drives the design of Intel
From Putting People First

User-centred approach drives the design of Intel

In December last year, Intel design researcher Daria Loi made a very strong presentation at the UPA Europe conference showing how people in different cultures “keep...

Cisco CTO: The future of collaboration will be all about user experience
From Putting People First

Cisco CTO: The future of collaboration will be all about user experience

In a series of predictions on the future of collaboration, Padmasree Warrior, the chief technology officer of Cisco Systems, points out that it’s the user experience...

New Communications Forum Presentations
From The Eponymous Pickle

New Communications Forum Presentations

A link to presentations from the New Communications Forum meetings. About social media and their implications.

Clear Thinking With Digital Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

Clear Thinking With Digital Data

Jonathan Salem Baskin writes about digital data and having a clear vision about how the data is ultimately used. It is about the data, but it is also about the...

Data Advantage
From The Eponymous Pickle

Data Advantage

An article just pointed out to me from Consumer Goods Digital: The Digital Advantage. Good overview piece on using data for category management. Specifically a...

Got Hate Tweets?
From The Noisy Channel

Got Hate Tweets?

I had the novel experience today of discovering that someone set up a Twitter account for the sole purpose of harassing me personally. I’m not sure what exactly...

Got Hate Tweets?
From The Noisy Channel

Got Hate Tweets?

I had the novel experience today of discovering that someone set up a Twitter account for the sole purpose of harassing me personally. I’m not sure what exactly...

Hand Scanning at Giant
From The Eponymous Pickle

Hand Scanning at Giant

A short piece in the Washington Post on the use of scanning devices at Giant grocery stores. " ... A total of 250 Giant and Stop & Shop locations carry the scanners...

COLFAX intros new series of Tesla
From insideHPC

COLFAX intros new series of Tesla

Today COLFAX has announced their Tesla cluster offering, following NVIDIA’s announcement yesterday of their Preconfigured Tesla Cluster program. The Colfax CXT6000...

Randy Pausch:
From CSDiary

Randy Pausch:

In his Last Lecture, Randy Pausch explained that one of his childhood dreams was to be Star Trek’s Captain James T. Kirk. Well, J.J. Abrams, the director of the...

The SGI bankruptcy proceeding: do your own deep dive into the original court
From insideHPC

The SGI bankruptcy proceeding: do your own deep dive into the original court

Randall over at VizWorld got a reader tip about a substantial number of court documents and case filings from the SGI bankruptcy proceeding being available online...

AMAX announces new Tesla cluster
From insideHPC

AMAX announces new Tesla cluster

On the heels of yesterday’s announcement by NVIDIA of their Preconfigured Tesla Cluster program AMAX has announced their entrant in the category. AMAX is offering...

PSSC  Labs closes in on 1,000 clusters
From insideHPC

PSSC Labs closes in on 1,000 clusters

PSSC Labs sent us an email this week to let us know they are nearing an interesting milestone: 1,000 clusters shipped. According to the company they are shipping...
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