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Happy Birthday, Noisy Channel!
From The Noisy Channel

Happy Birthday, Noisy Channel!

Actually, I’m a few days late: Monday, April 6th was the 1-year anniversary of The Noisy Channel. I was looking back at my first post and I’m happy to see that,...

Schnucks Deli Kiosks
From The Eponymous Pickle

Schnucks Deli Kiosks

I have at times said some experienced-based critical things about store kiosks. Here though is an excellent example of their use. Schnucks is installing some....

Sun Loses Top CPU
From insideHPC

Sun Loses Top CPU

According to industry reports and company insiders, Sun has lost one its top CPU architects.

Flavored Ads and Fictional Inspiration
From The Eponymous Pickle

Flavored Ads and Fictional Inspiration

I am always looking for new sensory engagements with consumers. In the Economist: Trading Licks. Word of a researcher inspired by Willy Wonka's flavored wallpaper...

Hello from Saskatoon Canada!  Ambassador: Julita Vassileva, Canada
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

Hello from Saskatoon Canada! Ambassador: Julita Vassileva, Canada

Hello from Saskatoon, Canada!(where in April the ice is hesitantly thawing)Let me present to you Carrie Demmans (in the photo), a 2nd year M.Sc. student in Computer...

Guest Post: Exploring Visual Similarity with Modista
From The Noisy Channel

Guest Post: Exploring Visual Similarity with Modista

Guest posts are always a pleasure, but today I’m particularly delight to have AJ Shankar of Modista share his thoughts about visual exploration. My friend Arlo...

Guest Post: Exploring Visual Similarity with Modista
From The Noisy Channel

Guest Post: Exploring Visual Similarity with Modista

Guest posts are always a pleasure, but today I’m particularly delight to have AJ Shankar of Modista share his thoughts about visual exploration. My friend Arlo...

Bill Buxton on design and return on experience
From Putting People First

Bill Buxton on design and return on experience

Canadian designer and computer scientist Bill Buxton is Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research. Last month Bill gave a good 20-min keynote at Mix09 that kicked...

It
From Putting People First

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Healthcare organisations are throwing mobile technology at problems without fully considering the underlying business processes or the working conditions of the...

Chillin
From The Noisy Channel

Chillin

I didn’t get to actually attend CHI this year, but I was fortunate to be able to hang out with attendees during the receptions on Wednesday evening. There was a...

Chillin
From The Noisy Channel

Chillin

I didn’t get to actually attend CHI this year, but I was fortunate to be able to hang out with attendees during the receptions on Wednesday evening. There was a...

What Unilever Learned about Social Media
From The Eponymous Pickle

What Unilever Learned about Social Media

An interesting AdfAge piece from Unilever's CMO about what they have learned about social media: " ... Unilever is only starting to understand social media, but...

Benefits of Socail Medium Marketing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Benefits of Socail Medium Marketing

I have often been asked questions like: Who is using social media? How much time does it take? What are the benefits? How can I measure success?A recent paper...

Market and non-market co-creation
From Putting People First

Market and non-market co-creation

Chris Lawer underlines that is important to identify that co-creation is not just about firms improving their social marketing, open innovation, community-building...

Design thinking
From Putting People First

Design thinking

A controversial post by Sam Ladner, followed by a rich debate between the author, Paula Thornton, Peter Merholz, Raymond Pirouz, and others. Design is attractive...

Kellogg Mobile Marketing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Kellogg Mobile Marketing

Simple mobile marketing idea from Kellogg UK, via Richard James.

GATech Announces VSIPL for
From insideHPC

GATech Announces VSIPL for

VizWorld: Georgia Tech announced the release of “GPU VSIPL”, or vector signal image processing library on GPUs.

Service Design Network newsletter is rich with content
From Putting People First

Service Design Network newsletter is rich with content

The latest newsletter of the Service Design Network is out and the content is highly stimulating. A selection: Thinkpublic: Video on Co-Design Thinkpublic have...

Links and comments, April 9
From Wild WebMink

Links and comments, April 9

Video of police assault on Ian Tomlinson, who died at the London G20 protest The guy was unfortunate enough to have the protest in his way as he made his way home...

Congress Approves North Dakota State University
From insideHPC

Congress Approves North Dakota State University

Congress has approved a $5.7 million grant for the North Dakota State University Center for High Performance Computing.
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