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Hitler and Cloud Computing
From Schneier on Security

Hitler and Cloud Computing

Funny video by Marcus Ranum and Gunnar Peterson.

Blast from the Past
From CERIAS Blog

Blast from the Past

Yes, I have been quiet (here) over the last few months, and have a number of things to comment on. This hiatus is partly because of schedule, partly because I had...

Analogies in the Classroom
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Analogies in the Classroom

I don't know about you, but when I teach I am constantly using analogies to relate computing concepts to real-world experiences the students are familiar with....

Why can
From Putting People First

Why can

Why not use the iPhone interface as the basis for a new round of Apple computers? What if Microsoft scrapped the front end of Windows 7 and the troubled Vista OS...

For newspapers to survive, they must put users first
From Putting People First

For newspapers to survive, they must put users first

If publications continue to rely on selling advertising to support their costs, how does that serve the audience’s needs? Fast Company provides three ideas for...

Podcast on Advanced BIS
From The Eponymous Pickle

Podcast on Advanced BIS

From the Business Intelligence Network:Teradata and SAS Address the Challenges of Advanced Business AnalyticsRob Berman, Teradata Vice President, and Scott Van...

From Computational Complexity

Doing it OLD SCHOOL!

If you browse the Univ of MD Schedule Web pages for the last few years I would: Ask you why you were doing that. Seems like an odd use of your time. Point out...

The Netherlands
From Putting People First

The Netherlands

Focusing on improving and innovating services is a smart way to foster economic growth. Jeneanne Rae reports from the Netherlands. “Recognizing the need to steer...

Article series on futures thinking
From Putting People First

Article series on futures thinking

Jamais Cascio, who covers the intersection of emerging technologies and cultural transformation for Fast Company, is in the process of publishing an ‘occasional’...

Diabetes Innovation Fair videos online
From Putting People First

Diabetes Innovation Fair videos online

Videos of the November 23, 2009 Diabetes Innovation Fair at the IIT Institute of Design are now on the web. Graduate students presented design innovation proposals...

STOC Budget Questions
From My Biased Coin

STOC Budget Questions

I hate to follow the interesting conversations on FOCS/STOC/SODA (please keep commenting) with the mundane, but Lance forced me asked me to be General Chair for...

links for 2010-02-25
From Wild WebMink

links for 2010-02-25

EU Data Protection Supervisor Warns Against ACTA, Calls 3 Strikes Disproportionate Very welcome - and beuatifully-constructed -...

Small Planes and Lone Terrorist Nutcases
From Schneier on Security

Small Planes and Lone Terrorist Nutcases

A Washington Post article concludes that small planes are not the next terror threat: Pilots of private planes fly about 200,000 small and medium-size aircraft...

Students to Business Career Streams
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Students to Business Career Streams

Microsoft is doing a number of things to help people enter and grow in technology careers. Yesterday there was a post on Microsoft On The Issues called Microsoft...

Blog Move
From Wild WebMink

Blog Move

With the change from Sun in the UK almost complete, I've decided to move my blog. Please adjust your feed, and read on over at Wild Webmink.

Superbowl Ad Analyses
From The Eponymous Pickle

Superbowl Ad Analyses

Sands Research sends along complete rankings and background from their yearly Superbowl Ad study. " ... Leading neuromarketing firm Sands Research announced today...

Want a Job?  Major in CS.
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Want a Job? Major in CS.

Carolyn Duffy Marsan writes in Network World that undergraduate enrollments in computer science are rising significantly at some of the nation’s large CS departments...

In-Store Food Preparation
From The Eponymous Pickle

In-Store Food Preparation

Some time ago I mentioned the increasing dive for in-store automatic preparation of foods, here in the Chicago Sun Times, the manufacture of snack chips in the....

Empowering Parents & Protecting Children in an Evolving Media Landscape
From Apophenia

Empowering Parents & Protecting Children in an Evolving Media Landscape

The FCC published a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) on the important topic of empowering parents and protecting youth in an era of an evolving media landscape.

Convergence of BI and BPM Examined
From The Eponymous Pickle

Convergence of BI and BPM Examined

Holger Kisker in the Forrester blog writes about the convergence of business intelligence and business process management. ' ... When business processes finally...
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