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Architecture of Apps
From The Eponymous Pickle

Architecture of Apps

John Battelle makes make the case that the architecture of apps is broken. They do not each rise above the level of a single purpose and do not communicate. -

Virtual Events for Educators and School Administrators
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Virtual Events for Educators and School Administrators

I regularly receive announcements about Microsoft events for educators. Some of them are directly of interest to computer science teachers so obviously I blog about...

Netezza Retail Analytic Appliance
From The Eponymous Pickle

Netezza Retail Analytic Appliance

I have had a number of conversations with Netezza in the past. They announced their Retail Analytics Appliance this January. I just got an offer for their white...

Navigation in Rigorous Environments
From The Eponymous Pickle

Navigation in Rigorous Environments

Rockwell Collins handheld GPS receivers. ' ... For today's soldiers, handheld navigation is a necessity for situational awareness and surviving the rigorous environments...

What Employers Want
From Computer Science Teachers Association

What Employers Want

I write this having just finished grading another set of programs. (Or is it that I am more or less always grading sets of programs, so that no matter when I blog...

Having an Impact on Cybersecurity Education
From CERIAS Blog

Having an Impact on Cybersecurity Education

The 12th anniversary of CERIAS is looming (in May). As part of the display materials for our fast-approaching annual CERIAS Symposium (register now!), I wantedpresented...

Creating new concepts, products and services with user driven innovation
From Putting People First

Creating new concepts, products and services with user driven innovation

From the Nordic Innovation website: User driven innovation is emerging as one of the successful ways of creating breakthrough innovations for companies and organisations...

Disabling Cars by Remote Control
From Schneier on Security

Disabling Cars by Remote Control

Who didn't see this coming? More than 100 drivers in Austin, Texas found their cars disabled or the horns honking out of control, after an intruder ran amok in...

The camera never lies
From Putting People First

The camera never lies

Brands are starting to catch on to lifelogging – a technique that uses a tiny digital camera to capture every moment of a consumer

Internet Retailers and Location
From The Eponymous Pickle

Internet Retailers and Location

More GIS based Business intelligence needed from the Knowledge@Wharton article outlined and linked to below. This also points to the prototyping and development...

The Operations Room
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Operations Room

Wim Vandevelde points me to Northwestern/Kellogg's blog on operations management: The Operations Room. ' ... is a forum for discussing current topics in operations...

Publix and Coupons.com
From The Eponymous Pickle

Publix and Coupons.com

Well known retail grocery innovator Publix is linking with Coupons.com. A&P is playing too. It seems that more retailers are taking Internet promotion coupons...

From Computational Complexity

A prospective Theory Blogger wants your input (Guest Post)

(Guest Post by M.T. Hajiaghayi) Title: Successful blogs Now that I'm joining Univ. of Maryland, and there are at several famous bloggers there, I may consider...

Internet of Things Report
From The Eponymous Pickle

Internet of Things Report

Mckinsey and the Internet of things. ReadwriteWeb provides an overview and link to their report. Good overview.-

Casino Hack
From Schneier on Security

Casino Hack

Nice http://www.casinocitytimes.com/news/article/computer-experts-stole-

The Year of Social Collaboration
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Year of Social Collaboration

If it is this year or next, I agree. Have been involved in many attempted methods at this. If it wouldn't always also get in the way as well. 2010's Collaboration...

New Teaching & Learning Resources for XNA and Web
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

New Teaching & Learning Resources for XNA and Web

Last week Microsoft put several curriculum modules on on the higher education part of the Faculty Connection. While aimed at the college/university space I think...

Can smiley faces save the global climate?
From Putting People First

Can smiley faces save the global climate?

When rational appeals fall short, environmentalists enlist social and economic incentives–and even neuroscience–to get the public in on national efforts to combat...

More on SIGCOMM
From My Biased Coin

More on SIGCOMM

The first round of SIGCOMM is pretty much done.  (As usual, many reviews are still out, though the deadline has passed.)  I had mentioned earlier that my firstby...

MIT
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

MIT

MIT’s Dean of Engineering, Subra Suresh, has been nominated to be the new Director of NSF.
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