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? Making A Stand
From Wild WebMink

? Making A Stand

Will Google stand up to France and Italy, too? The issue at stake here is what some call "common-carrier status" for networks....

Interesting links 25 January 2010
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Interesting links 25 January 2010

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Public by Default, Private when Necessary
From Apophenia

Public by Default, Private when Necessary

This post was originally written for the DML Central Blog. If you're interested in Digital Media and Learning, you definitely want to check this blog out. With...

Tom Friedman on innovation and National Lab Day
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Tom Friedman on innovation and National Lab Day

Tom Friedman has a wonderful op-ed in today’s New York Times.

Ehrenberg-Bass Institute
From The Eponymous Pickle

Ehrenberg-Bass Institute

We have been sponsor company members of the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute at the University of South Australia for a number of years. Professor Byron Sharp and hismore...

On Formatting
From My Biased Coin

On Formatting

Matt Welsh's recent amusing-but-also-sad post on having two recent conference submissions rejected for violating format requirements reminded me how much I hate...

Why not Just Fill in the Blanks
From The Eponymous Pickle

Why not Just Fill in the Blanks

In the NYT, like a flat tax, great direction, but not for tax preparers: ' ... It

Intelligence of Analytics
From The Eponymous Pickle

Intelligence of Analytics

Short post and podcast in E-Commerce Times on developments that are improving analytics. Covering some of the dilemma today of having more data, yet there seems...

Me on Chinese Hacking and Enabling Surveillance
From Schneier on Security

Me on Chinese Hacking and Enabling Surveillance

CNN.com just published an essay of mine on China's hacking of Google, an update of this essay.

? Protecting Freedom
From Wild WebMink

? Protecting Freedom

U.S. enables Chinese hacking of Google Schneier points out that the feature China hacked in GMail was only there because the US...

Are you a Linchpin or a Cog in the Machine?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Are you a Linchpin or a Cog in the Machine?

Always interested in what makes innovative organizations work. Josh Bernoff of Forrester in the GroundSwell blog reviews and outlines Seth Godin's new book, forthcoming...

Fundamental Barriers to Sales
From The Eponymous Pickle

Fundamental Barriers to Sales

Dave Knox does an excellent job talking about the fundamentals to sales success. We dealt with it every day in the enterprise, he makes a good point about the inherent...

Ethnographic research could make Google more relevant in China
From Putting People First

Ethnographic research could make Google more relevant in China

Ethnographer Tricia Wang wrote an excellent and long comment on why Google is having troubles in China: While unfortunate that Google.CN may be shutting down, my...

Military Social Networking
From The Eponymous Pickle

Military Social Networking

In Gigaom, an article on MilBook a Facebook style social networking site for the US military, launched this past October. Should be some learning here, especially...

Friday Squid Blogging: Stuffed Giant Squid
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Stuffed Giant Squid

Nice.

When Good Students Have Bad Habits
From Computer Science Teachers Association

When Good Students Have Bad Habits

"It never hurts to have a supporting argument for something people are already doing." That came from Howard Resnikoff in a workshop 25 years ago, and I had sense...

When Good Students Have Bad Habits
From Computer Science Teachers Association

When Good Students Have Bad Habits

"It never hurts to have a supporting argument for something people are already doing." That came from Howard Resnikoff in a workshop 25 years ago, and I had sense...

Are Apps the Best Model?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Are Apps the Best Model?

Recently had a conversation with a colleague about writing an App for the IPhone for a supply chain problem. We were struck by the fact that it would have to be...

Transport Canada on its New Security Regulations
From Schneier on Security

Transport Canada on its New Security Regulations

Okay, it's really the Rick Mercer Report.

Multiple Media Strategies in Retail
From The Eponymous Pickle

Multiple Media Strategies in Retail

Good article in StoreFrontBacktalk. Read the whole thing, allows you to nicely think about these multiple strategies. ' ... The mobile retail world has now neatly...
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