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Package Goods Online Spend
From The Eponymous Pickle

Package Goods Online Spend

Good AdAge piece on the increasing use of online marketing in packaged goods.

What Matters Now
From The Eponymous Pickle

What Matters Now

In Seth Godin's blog: What Matters Now, links to a free ebook from a number of authors, just started to browse. Provocative and worth looking at, agreeing and disagreeing...

U.S./Russia Cyber Arms Control Talks
From Schneier on Security

U.S./Russia Cyber Arms Control Talks

Now this interesting: The United States has begun talks with Russia and a United Nations arms control committee about strengthening Internet security and limiting...

links for 2009-12-14
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-12-14

Body clock link to heart disease Another vote against being a frequent traveller. (tags: Health Heart Travel BBC...

Is Knowledge and Analysis Overrated?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Is Knowledge and Analysis Overrated?

From the Harvard Business Org Blogs. by ' ... Jeffrey M. Stibel is an entrepreneur, a brain scientist, and the author of Wired for Thought: How the Brain Is Shaping...

Anthropology Matters
From Putting People First

Anthropology Matters

The latest issue of Anthropology Matters contains an interesting article on the use of mobile phones in Africa: Being cool or being good: researching mobile phones...

The Architecture for Nano Assembly
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Architecture for Nano Assembly

In the CACM: Blueprints for Self-Assembly "Self-assembly, by which atoms, molecules, or other nanoscale components spontaneously organize into something useful,...

American Information Diet
From The Eponymous Pickle

American Information Diet

A graphic describing the US information diet at 34 gigabytes per day. -

Me Speaking on "The Future of Privacy"
From Schneier on Security

Me Speaking on "The Future of Privacy"

Video of the talk I gave to the Open Right Group last week in London.

links for 2009-12-13
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-12-13

Flight attendant photographs obese passenger / safety hazard Wow. Just, wow. (tags: Travel Health)Mandelson's Power...

Karaoke: A Hotbed for Micro-IR?
From The Noisy Channel

Karaoke: A Hotbed for Micro-IR?

I’m a karaoke junkie and proud to admit it. But one of the challenges I regularly face, especially when I go to an unfamiliar karaoke joint, is finding a song I...

Gifts and The Knowledge Problem
From The Eponymous Pickle

Gifts and The Knowledge Problem

Of interest, though its not as deep as I first thought: ' ... The problem of buying good presents for other people, even people you supposedly know well, illustrates...

Presentations of the Behavior, Energy and Climate Change conference
From Putting People First

Presentations of the Behavior, Energy and Climate Change conference

Presentations are now available of last month’s Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference, which took place in Washington, DC. The BECC conference focused on...

iPhone users are delusional, consultants say
From Putting People First

iPhone users are delusional, consultants say

Strand Consult suggests that iPhone users are suffering from a form of Stockholm Syndrome–the condition in which the kidnapped begin to show loyalty to their kidnappers...

Book: Ethnography and the Corporate Encounter
From Putting People First

Book: Ethnography and the Corporate Encounter

Ethnography and the Corporate Encounter Reflections on Research in and of Corporations Edited by Melissa Cefkin Berghahn Books (July 2009) Hardcover, 253 pages Businesses...

Opportunities in Traditional Trade Markets
From The Eponymous Pickle

Opportunities in Traditional Trade Markets

Via Herb Sorensen, by Arnaud Frade, TNS Retail and ShopperOpportunities in the Traditional Trade of Emerging MarketsFour billion people live on less than two dollars...

? Messing With My Rights
From Wild WebMink

? Messing With My Rights

Google Opt Out Feature Lets Users Protect Privacy Very apt response to the controversy over Eric Schmidt's remarks.Video Google...

An old canard reappears (sort of)
From CERIAS Blog

An old canard reappears (sort of)

I have a set of keywords registered with Google Alerts that result in a notification whenever they show up in a new posting. This helps me keep track of some particular...

Harvard Governance
From My Biased Coin

Harvard Governance

Harry Lewis (and Fred Abernathy) take a stand against the Harvard Corporation. Required reading for anyone associated with Harvard, or interested in its current...

Broadband Penetration Lagging in US
From The Eponymous Pickle

Broadband Penetration Lagging in US

An interesting set of statistics about broadband exposure per hundred people in the US. Small countries like Denmark and the Netherlands still prevail, but that...
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