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Luddites
From The Eponymous Pickle

Luddites

I see that Nicholas Carr has been running something called Luddite Week on his blog, with lots of little historical snippets, cautions and minutiae. Just now reading...

Can EEG Activity be Analyzed in Real Time?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Can EEG Activity be Analyzed in Real Time?

A Neuromarketing discussion started by Ron Wright Of Sands Research in Linkedin (You may need to join this discussion group to chime in).-

CSTA Membership Survey Raffle Winners
From Computer Science Teachers Association

CSTA Membership Survey Raffle Winners

Two CSTA members who completed the 2009-10 Membership Satisfaction Survey have been selected as the winners of our member survey raffle. Deboarah Gilliam of Alma...

HCIR 2010: An Update
From The Noisy Channel

HCIR 2010: An Update

I hope a number of you are planning to participate in the HCIR 2010 workshop! Here is a quick update: Program Committee chair Rob Capra has assembled a program...

? Strategic Errors
From Wild WebMink

? Strategic Errors

Eight Strategic Mistakes with Memberships Very interesting list of advice that relates to two different activities in which I’m participating. (tags: Volunteer...

Knowledge Creating Company
From The Eponymous Pickle

Knowledge Creating Company

Of interest: The Knowledge-Creating Company (Harvard Business Review Classics) (Paperback)by Ikujiro Nonaka

Is Computer Science Too Big For One Degree
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Is Computer Science Too Big For One Degree

For a number of years I have been on an industry advisory for the computer science & engineering department at Taylor University. In one of my early discussions...

Friday Squid Blogging: Another Squid T-Shirt
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Another Squid T-Shirt

Cute..

Government Agencies Release Open Government Plans
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

Government Agencies Release Open Government Plans

On Wednesday several federal agencies released open government plans, which is a requirement of the Open Government Directive issued late last year by the Obama...

Me in CRN
From Schneier on Security

Me in CRN

CRN Magazine named me as one of its security superstars of 2010.

Schneier on "Security, Privacy, and the Generation Gap"
From Schneier on Security

Schneier on "Security, Privacy, and the Generation Gap"

Last month at the RSA Conference, I gave a talk titled "Security, Privacy, and the Generation Gap." It was pretty good, but it was the first time I gave that talk...

Wearable Brain Analyzer
From The Eponymous Pickle

Wearable Brain Analyzer

Hitachi is launching what looks to be an easily wearable and portable Encephalograph recorder. Very pricy but interesting. ' ... The new encephalometer was developed...

Knoesis at Wright State
From The Eponymous Pickle

Knoesis at Wright State

Kno.e.sis: Brought to my attention, I will be attending their formal launch on Monday and report back. See also their current news. ' ... Our cutting-edge research...

From Computational Complexity

What Makes a Lecture "Distiguished"?

In January I gave a Distinguished Lecture in the CS Department at the University of Alberta. In early March I gave essentially the same lecture at Penn State in...

More on Authorship
From My Biased Coin

More on Authorship

My last post, on what I called "60-40" papers, where one author does non-trivially more of the work than the other(s), seems to have generated some interesting"Author...

? DNA and BPI
From Wild WebMink

? DNA and BPI

Court Rules that DNA Is Information, Not Intellectual Property While this is fantastic and much-needed news, it will take a Supreme Court decision to truly address...

The Economics of Dueling
From Schneier on Security

The Economics of Dueling

Dueling has a rational economic basis.

? Calling IBM To Account Is Not Judging
From Wild WebMink

? Calling IBM To Account Is Not Judging

IBM's case against TurboHercules is not the issue; their mistake using pledged patents is.

Winning at the Shelf
From The Eponymous Pickle

Winning at the Shelf

Webinar from Quofore on April 13, 2010 at 11AM EST: More information and registration.-

Fernanda Vi
From The Noisy Channel

Fernanda Vi

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