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How to initiate collaboration in science
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

How to initiate collaboration in science

You have read someone’s work and you have ideas about how to extend their work. You are also interested in working with them on your ideas? Or maybe you just want...

Computerworld wonders what the heck the DoD was
From insideHPC

Computerworld wonders what the heck the DoD was

Although they put it more politely, in this article which ran on Friday at Computerworld.com. By February, Silicon Graphics Inc. was in deep trouble. It was shedding...

NSF awards support science with cloud
From insideHPC

NSF awards support science with cloud

Found at HPCwire, news that NSF has awarded a series of grants to UW to support the cause of scientists using clouds for research The University of Washington has...

How good is the mobile net experience
From Putting People First

How good is the mobile net experience

BBC technology reporter Maggie Shiels reflects on the quality of the mobile net experience. The article contains many quotes from industry representatives, but...

Wild guess that noisy chips won
From insideHPC

Wild guess that noisy chips won

Here’s an interesting idea from the NewScientist While researchers are striving to make the models more realistic, they are limited by the processing power of the...

Real scale, and the week in
From insideHPC

Real scale, and the week in

Latest features are up at HPCwire. In “Real scale, real problems” I discuss last Yahoo!’s most recent announcement that three new universities are joining Carnegie...

Nokia
From Putting People First

Nokia

Nokia’s IdeasProject site contains this week a video interview with Don Tapscott, and four feature articles that integrate some of the ideas presented thus far...

From Putting People First

AP published an interview with Julie Larson-Green, head of Windows Experience and in charge of Windows 7, the next version of Windows for PCs. “The primary things...

Java Needs A Cloud Profile
From Wild WebMink

Java Needs A Cloud Profile

Back in 1995 I was a huge fan and advocate of Java - at IBM - because it provided developers and deployers a universal layer that promised to reduce the lock-in...

From The Noisy Channel

Mathew Ingram: Google Helps Newspapers

Mathew Ingram at The Nieman Journalism Lab wrote a post today entitled “Google helps newspapers

From The Noisy Channel

Mathew Ingram: Google Helps Newspapers

Mathew Ingram at The Nieman Journalism Lab wrote a post today entitled “Google helps newspapers

Minimum Inventory, Maximum Diversity
From The Eponymous Pickle

Minimum Inventory, Maximum Diversity

From the Wolfram Research blog. About logo design using parametric equations and algorithms. Fascinating experiment that neatly combines design and mathematics...

From The Noisy Channel

All Set On Reviewers!

On Friday, shortly after sending a copy of my Faceted Search manuscript to my publisher, I put out a call for volunteer reviewers. The response has been overwhelming...

From The Noisy Channel

All Set On Reviewers!

On Friday, shortly after sending a copy of my Faceted Search manuscript to my publisher, I put out a call for volunteer reviewers. The response has been overwhelming...

Hakuhodo Buys into Buyology Inc.
From The Eponymous Pickle

Hakuhodo Buys into Buyology Inc.

Martin Lindstrom has been consulting with Hakuhodo: Japanese Agency Buys Into Buyology from Neuroscience marketing by Roger DooleyJapan

Paper: Mobile phone access and usage in Africa
From Putting People First

Paper: Mobile phone access and usage in Africa

Research ICT Africa!, a network of universities and research institutions from 19 African countries, has a site with some interesting research papers and presentations...

links for 2009-04-19
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-04-19

Evidence: Mary Oliver My favourite poet has released another collection of poems - only in the US though. On order.Poetry Books...

A Bumper Crop of New PhD Students
From CSDiary

A Bumper Crop of New PhD Students

This is CMU’s Spring Carnival weekend, the biggest annual student event of the year, traditionally the “real” homecoming for alumni. As a racing fan, I love watching...

Debugging whitepaper from
From insideHPC

Debugging whitepaper from

Chris Gottbrath from TotalView Technologies has just posted a new whitepaper [PDF] up at the TotalView site, “Deterministically Troubleshooting Network Distributed...

From The Noisy Channel

Is Differentiated Content Enough To Save Newspapers?

The Guardian headline sums it up: “Big newspaper sites ‘erode value of news’, says Sly Bailey“. Sly Bailey is the
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