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Do  You Have a "Split Personality" in Your CS Classroom
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Do You Have a "Split Personality" in Your CS Classroom

Sometimes it feels like you are up against a brick wall. Your own principal threatens to cancel your AP CS course due to low enrollment and budgetary restrictions...

The Retailer: Supply Chain's Last Mile
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Retailer: Supply Chain's Last Mile

Upcoming, I plan to attend:The Department of Operations & Business Analytics at the University of Cincinnati

Facial EMG
From The Eponymous Pickle

Facial EMG

A short descriptive piece by Roger Dooley on FMG (Facial Myography)  for neuromarketing applications.

The fall and rise of user experience
From Putting People First

The fall and rise of user experience

UX designer Cennydd Bowles has posted the transcript of his closing plenary at the IA Summit 2011 in Denver, Colorado. “Although there’s still a substantial gap...

Becoming Customer Centric
From The Eponymous Pickle

Becoming Customer Centric

Good piece in SASCom on Becoming a customer centric company - the new imperative.   Excellent blog in general, give it a follow.

Ebook Fraud
From Schneier on Security

Ebook Fraud

Interesting post -- and discussion -- on Making Light about ebook fraud. Currently there are two types of fraud. The first is content farming, discussed in these...

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of April 4
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of April 4

April 6 Hearing: The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. 10 a.m., 226 Dirksen Building The Subcommittee...

? Closed-Attacked-Open
From Wild WebMink

? Closed-Attacked-Open

Nokia says about Symbian: “We’re Open”. The New License Shows Otherwise. This looks bad. Not only has Nokia closed the source code to Symbian, it is pretending...

M-Commerce Opportunities
From The Eponymous Pickle

M-Commerce Opportunities

In E-Commerce Times:  Excellent post on the opportunities that exist in our always connected times with mobile commerce.  Notably for my interests: " ... In-Store...

Interesting Links 4 April 2011
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Interesting Links 4 April 2011

I always worry about posting things on April 1st. So I didn

? Balancing Transparency and Privacy
From Wild WebMink

? Balancing Transparency and Privacy

One of the keys to a successful open source community is appropriate transparency. A community with strong values around transparency will also be likely to respect...

Practical Robots for Nuclear Accidents
From The Eponymous Pickle

Practical Robots for Nuclear Accidents

iRobot, maker of the home task Roomba robot, gets considerable buzz in a Washington Post article. Their military/police/emergency robots seem to have value for. ...

? Disintermediated
From Wild WebMink

? Disintermediated

  @jackschofieldJack Schofield Sign in window of soon-to-close Borders store in Chicago. Someone's a little bitter http://t.co/rwmHPOD (pic) via @swansonian @bookofsand...

30th Anniversary of the Portable Computer
From The Eponymous Pickle

30th Anniversary of the Portable Computer

In Engadget:  A reminder that this has been going on for some while.  It also reminds me that not shortly after this date I was starting to lift these 'portables' ...

Customer
From Putting People First

Customer

Dr. Ralph-Christian Ohr, a Swiss product manager, reflects thoughtfully on the recent strong discussion on user-led innovation. “There has been quite a lot of discussion...

Ethnographic research inspired Xerox
From Putting People First

Ethnographic research inspired Xerox

Simplifying the workplace so customers can allocate more time and resources to their core business is fundamental to the innovation incubating today in Xerox

Major Brands Customer Data Breached
From The Eponymous Pickle

Major Brands Customer Data Breached

A number of major brands, including Kroger, had their data breached.  The article describes the extent of the break, but also the implications regarding the types...

Measures of Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

Measures of Data

A Focus Infographic on measures of data that is worth a look.

Broken Links in the Supply Chain
From The Eponymous Pickle

Broken Links in the Supply Chain

Have been involved in a major supply chain analysis lately.  It was an area I worked in early in my career.  This Economist article discusses the effect of the...

Google and Recipes
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google and Recipes

In Roughtype:  As a foodie much interested in how we interact with information about food and recipes online I found this quite interesting.   How recipes are searched...
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