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? Nokia Dooming Windows Phone?
From Wild WebMink

? Nokia Dooming Windows Phone?

There’s plenty of talk about how Nokia’s embrace of Microsoft’s Windows Phone has doomed Nokia. But has Nokia’s embrace actually doomed Windows Phone? Read my views...

The Begone Movement
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Begone Movement

Begone.  A movement to make it easy to get off of mailing lists promoted by Forrester's Josh Bernoff.  Nice idea, we need it, but I wonder if the marketers will...

Live blogging the NSF-OECD Smart Health Workshop, Day 2
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Live blogging the NSF-OECD Smart Health Workshop, Day 2

Day 2 of the two-day

Romanian Hackers
From Schneier on Security

Romanian Hackers

Interesting article from Wired: "How a Remote Town in Romania Has Become Cybercrime Central."

Triangle Shooter
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Triangle Shooter

Kenny Spade is a Microsoft Academic Developer Evangelist out in California who has been writing a series of blog posts that help one learn how to write a Windows...

Paul Dourish and Genevieve Bell on ubicomp mythology
From Putting People First

Paul Dourish and Genevieve Bell on ubicomp mythology

Divining a Digital Future: Mess and Mythology in Ubiquitous Computing Paul Dourish and Genevieve Bell MIT Press, April 2011, 264 pages ISBN 978-0-262-01555-4 264...

? Is Eclipse Open-By-Rule?
From Wild WebMink

? Is Eclipse Open-By-Rule?

The Eclipse Foundation is home to a family of projects related to enterprise software development. Its Executive Director Mike Milinkovic has very kindly supplied...

Publishing in the Digital Era
From The Eponymous Pickle

Publishing in the Digital Era

Fascinating statistics and surveys in this study by Bain & Company: Publishing in the digital era by Bain partner Patrick B

Unified Intelligence from Attivio
From The Eponymous Pickle

Unified Intelligence from Attivio

Had to miss this today, but find it interesting:Unified Intelligence: Closing the Loop on Unstructured Data,  by James Taylor of AttivioAnd here's a link to a PDF...

Calculating the Amount of Information in the World
From The Eponymous Pickle

Calculating the Amount of Information in the World

In Engadget:  An overview of a USC Annenberg study.  Quite a few exabytes, and growing.  The current capacity for digital is about 295 exabytes they say ... An...

Progress in Artificial Intelligence
From The Eponymous Pickle

Progress in Artificial Intelligence

A good non technical overview of the progress of AI in the NYT.  Quite naturally people have hopes and fears of this world.  The broad expectations of the early...

Organizational Design and Structure
From The Eponymous Pickle

Organizational Design and Structure

A post in the HBR on the importance of thinking about organization.

The Seven Types of Hackers
From Schneier on Security

The Seven Types of Hackers

Roger Grimes has an article describing "the seven types of malicious hackers." I generally like taxonomies, and this one is pretty good. He says the seven types...

Tweeting teens can handle public life
From Apophenia

Tweeting teens can handle public life

Alice Marwick and I co-authored this piece for The Guardian. The Press Complaints Commission in the UK has now ruled that there is no “reasonable expectation” of...

Documentary highlights how Programma 101 put people first
From Putting People First

Documentary highlights how Programma 101 put people first

The upcoming documentary Programma 101

Communication and Presentation Skills in Computer Science
From The Female Perspective of Computer Science

Communication and Presentation Skills in Computer Science

In my TA workshop yesterday on communication skills, we had a discussion/brainstorm session that I captured in a document (shown on the projector) as we went along...

Computing Education and Education Reform
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Computing Education and Education Reform

One of my frustrations these days is that with all the talk of education reform there is not much talk about computing education in that mix. It is as if people...

Building a Smarter Health & Wellness Future [live blog]
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Building a Smarter Health & Wellness Future [live blog]

As noted in this space last week,

links for 2011-02-15
From Wild WebMink

links for 2011-02-15

With A Little Help: The Early Returns Excellent and honest account from Cory of his experiment in self-publishing. From reading this it's clear that there is still...

Societal Security
From Schneier on Security

Societal Security

Humans have a natural propensity to trust non-kin, even strangers. We do it so often, so naturally, that we don't even realize how remarkable it is. But except...
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