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Digital Building Data Delivery
From The Eponymous Pickle

Digital Building Data Delivery

Brought to my attention: Archaio ' ... Our expertise is delivering software that accurately depicts building data and automated decision support tools to improve...

User Experience Matters
From The Eponymous Pickle

User Experience Matters

In the Noisy Channel, a look at the UXmatters Blog. ' ... user experience is

How Big is the Internet
From The Eponymous Pickle

How Big is the Internet

Gizmodo graphically looks at how big the Internet has become. It is staggering. -

Inner CEO
From The Eponymous Pickle

Inner CEO

Alan Cox posts a review of his book: Your Innner CEO, which I recall being a good read. His unusual blog is also worth a look.

Net Neutrality and Tech Implications
From The Eponymous Pickle

Net Neutrality and Tech Implications

In E-Commerce Times, an interesting view of net neutrality, in particular how ultimately other devices in the consumers home, like the set-top-box, will start to...

Global Economy as Physics problem.
From The Eponymous Pickle

Global Economy as Physics problem.

Worth a look, though I have been weary of such simplifications since the Club of Rome.

Slaves of the feed
From Putting People First

Slaves of the feed

Thomas Petersen, co-founder and partner of Danish digital creative agency Hello, reflects on the experience and design implications of the exponential growth of...

Report on the Cross-layer Reliability Visioning Study Group
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Report on the Cross-layer Reliability Visioning Study Group

The Cross-layer Reliability Visioning Study Group met October 29-30 at the IBM Austin Research Center in Austin, Texas. This was the third of three scheduled meetings...

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Mosaic
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Mosaic

Neat.

Yet Another Schneier Interview
From Schneier on Security

Yet Another Schneier Interview

This one for ZDNet.uk.

Text-book Algorithms at SODA (Guest Post, Mikkel Thorup)
From My Biased Coin

Text-book Algorithms at SODA (Guest Post, Mikkel Thorup)

Mikkel Thorup sent in the following guest post:Text-book algorithms at SODAThis is a pitch for promoting good text-book algorithms at SODA. Erdos promoted book...

Live Face-Off with Marcus Ranum at ISD
From Schneier on Security

Live Face-Off with Marcus Ranum at ISD

Here are the six links to the face-off Marcus Ranum and I did on stage at the Information Security Decisions conference in Chicago.

Biweekly links for 12/18/2009
From Michael Nielsen

Biweekly links for 12/18/2009

Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » Hopefully my last D-Wave post ever Scott, in full ironic mode, proposes a crowdsourcing project that could really take off: “Yes...

What is an Explicit Construction?
From Computational Complexity

What is an Explicit Construction?

The Prob method (usually credited to Erdos) was once considered quite novel: You show something exists but you don't show how to construct it! An early exampleThe...

Google Tool Predicts Browser View
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Tool Predicts Browser View

A new Google tool predicts how much of a page will be visible to visitors on entering a site, before they scroll. This would be useful to understand the operational...

Drone
From CERIAS Blog

Drone

"The U.S. government has known about the flaw since the U.S. campaign in Bosnia in the 1990s, current and former officials said. But the Pentagon assumed local Call...

How
From Putting People First

How

The banking industry is missing out on a huge opportunity to transform itself from a transactional model to an engagement model, writes social media strategist...

The future of collaboration begins with visualising human capital
From Putting People First

The future of collaboration begins with visualising human capital

Venessa Miemis, a Master’s degree candidate in Media Studies at the New School in New York City, contributed a user idea to Nokia’s Ideas Project website, anticipating...

? Changes, one thoughtful
From Wild WebMink

? Changes, one thoughtful

Shuttleworth steps down as Ubuntu CEO Jane is fantastic, so I've no fears arising from this transition, just best wishes for both...

MagnePrint Technology for Credit/Debit Cards
From Schneier on Security

MagnePrint Technology for Credit/Debit Cards

This seems like a solution in search of a problem: MagTek discovered that no two magnetic strips are identical. This is due to the manufacturing process. Similar...
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