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Agile Design Podcast
From The Eponymous Pickle

Agile Design Podcast

Podcast on optimizing agile design. By UXDesign, via IBM Design.

Automating Data Visualization
From The Eponymous Pickle

Automating Data Visualization

Nice little instructive, technical piece:Automating Data Visualization with Ruby and Graphviz I often have the need to visualize data from the enterprise resource...

Link roundup for the week ending February 14
From Wild WebMink

Link roundup for the week ending February 14

OpenOffice.org Conference 2009 Registered OO.o members get to pick the location for the annual conference, and this year there are some absolutely fantastic choices...

Microsoft's Retail Stores
From The Eponymous Pickle

Microsoft's Retail Stores

Prof Peter S. Fader of Wharton looks at Microsoft's plans to set up some retail stores, and makes some suggestions." ... One of the biggest differences between...

Intel Investing in Social Networking
From The Eponymous Pickle

Intel Investing in Social Networking

They say why in this short article. Also I have heard 'Twitter' used several times in the non technical press in the past few days, don't recall hearing about...

Playful augmented objects
From Putting People First

Playful augmented objects

Touch is a research project, led by Timo Arnall, that investigates Near Field Communication (NFC), a technology that enables connections between mobile phones and...

FTC Says Self-Regulate Behavioral Marketing
From The Eponymous Pickle

FTC Says Self-Regulate Behavioral Marketing

In Adage, see also the complete US Federal Trade Commission news release and report. " ... The Federal Trade Commission seemed to give a major victory to marketers...

Kazys Varnelis
From Putting People First

Kazys Varnelis

Kazys Varnelis [CV | blog], the author of Networked Publics and the Director of the Network Architecture Lab at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture...

Dubberly Design articles
From Putting People First

Dubberly Design articles

Hugh Dubberly is a forum editor at Interactions Magazine, which means that he writes, co-writes or edits articles for the magazine. The website of his company,...

Interview with Jeff Howard of Design for Service
From Putting People First

Interview with Jeff Howard of Design for Service

Jeff Howard writes the blog Design for Service and is also the curator of the most comprehensive and well organised service design reference library on the internet...

Old Code and Old Licenses
From Wild WebMink

Old Code and Old Licenses

I was in Brussels at the weekend to attend FOSDEM, one of the handful of "real" Free software developer conferences I attend each year (another is LCA which I went...

Eye Tracking - Tie Tying
From The Eponymous Pickle

Eye Tracking - Tie Tying

Short piece on Google eye-tracking studies and universal search. Interesting to see how they approach it. I like the Tie tying example, it was one of the first...

What I Have Learned About Life From War Games
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

What I Have Learned About Life From War Games

Like most dads who have professional careers, I have little time for games. Nevertheless, I spend some time playing war games. These games have taught me some basic...

Provisional Words
From The Eponymous Pickle

Provisional Words

Nick Carr posts about Automatically Updated Books. Where he points out that devices like the Kindle can provide updated text for for any work. Great for a book...

Locations too Honest
From The Eponymous Pickle

Locations too Honest

I see that GMail has added a new optional feature to its signatures. It will add a location designation that it derives from an IP address. In an article, Wired...

ORNL & Morehouse to Offer Supercomputing
From insideHPC

ORNL & Morehouse to Offer Supercomputing

Morehouse College computer science seniors now have their own supercomputing class in the catalogue.

Intel to Invest $7 Billion in US
From insideHPC

Intel to Invest $7 Billion in US

Intel CEO Paul Otellini announced yesterday that the company has planned to spend roughly $7 billion over the next two years to build advanced manufacturing facilities...

Link roundup after travelling too much
From Wild WebMink

Link roundup after travelling too much

TripIt API Documentation - v1More web end-points for cloud applications. This is the path to the future of cloud.A Twitter Decision"Twitter spam. Really? Are you...

From Springenwerk Blog

Links for 2009-02-11 [del.icio.us]

RailsLab .:. Scaling Rails - RailsLab Scaling Rails screencasts produced by Gregg Pollack and supported by New Relic

The Third Wave on Video
From Wild WebMink

The Third Wave on Video

While I was in Australia I recorded this video with the essence of my talk about the third wave of free and open source software and the adoption-led trend andfreedom...
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