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Social Media a Fad?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Social Media a Fad?

If you have not seen this yet, worth a look. Video regarding Socialnomics. Via Duncan Berry.

Mobile Business Intelligence
From The Eponymous Pickle

Mobile Business Intelligence

In BeyeNetwork: A podcast on the power of mobile business intelligence.

The 2010 CSTA Elections
From Computer Science Teachers Association

The 2010 CSTA Elections

For the first time, CSTA used on-line voting for determining its representatives to the Board of Directors. I'd first like to start by congratulating the winners...

From Computational Complexity

Knowledge is Power!

In my last post I gave and asked for examples of people who didn't know things that they really ought to know. A commenter named Josh said posted the following:...

links for 2010-05-13
From Wild WebMink

links for 2010-05-13

KEI statement on possible WTO disputes against the EU seizures of goods in transit Very important issue here: Should goods in transit from A to B be subject to...

Worst-Case Thinking
From Schneier on Security

Worst-Case Thinking

At a security conference recently, the moderator asked the panel of distinguished cybersecurity leaders what their nightmare scenario was. The answers were the...

Assessment And Computer Science
From Computer Science Teacher Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Assessment And Computer Science

I was reading the CSTA blog the other day and there is an article called Assessment by Joanna Goode that got me thinking. Good blog posts are like that

Slides from Enterprise Search Summit Keynotes
From The Noisy Channel

Slides from Enterprise Search Summit Keynotes

Here are the slides from Marti Hearst’s and Peter Morville’s keynote presentations at the Enterprise Search Summit: Designing Search For Humans Search & Discovery...

Google Says it Failed at Social
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Says it Failed at Social

In an unusual revelation, Google has admitted that it has not done very well delivering social media solutions. Most notable is their most recent solution, attached...

Something Different from Google New York
From The Noisy Channel

Something Different from Google New York

Earlier this week, I mentioned that my colleagues here at Google New York were working cool stuff. Today some of them officially blogged about it! Check out today’s...

ACM Education Policy Committee and USACM Offer Support for COMPETES Reauthorization Bill
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

ACM Education Policy Committee and USACM Offer Support for COMPETES Reauthorization Bill

The House Science and Technology Committee recently marked up a bill to reauthorize the America COMPETES Act. In recognition of this effort, the ACM Education...

From Computational Complexity

What did he know and when did he know it?

Sometimes you learn a theorem in your academic career far later than you should have. Here are some examples. I didn't know the classic upper bounds on the higher...

Peter Morville
From The Noisy Channel

Peter Morville

This morning’s Enterprise Search Summit keynote was by Peter Morville, who has written a number of best-selling books about information architecture. I’ve known...

The future of news
From Putting People First

The future of news

The Spring 2010 issue of D

Measuring Likes in Facebook
From The Eponymous Pickle

Measuring Likes in Facebook

A curious piece in AdAge about measurement of affinities to products in Facebook. Does liking this, or liking that create an obvious connection for targeted advertisement...

Sands Research Reports EEG Breakthrough
From The Eponymous Pickle

Sands Research Reports EEG Breakthrough

An intriguing development that includes both speed and coverage, remains to be seen what this implies for data that can drive neuromarketing conclusions from Sands...

Braincast
From The Eponymous Pickle

Braincast

Jerry Michalski, who we often had in at the enterprise, does his first braincast. We explored some of his methods of retrieving information using a method called...

"If You See Something, Say Something"
From Schneier on Security

"If You See Something, Say Something"

That slogan is owned by New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority (the MTA). Since obtaining the trademark in 2007, the authority has granted permission to use...

Join the Campaign! Tweet and Blog for Ed Tech May 12 2010
From Computer Science Teacher Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Join the Campaign! Tweet and Blog for Ed Tech May 12 2010

Things are a little scary in Washington DC these days. From the ISTE Campaign! Tweet and Blog for Ed Tech The 2011 federal budget eliminates funding for Enhancing...

Mass Customization
From The Eponymous Pickle

Mass Customization

Upcoming Mass Customization event at MIT. And more on mass customization.
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