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Table Scalping
From The Eponymous Pickle

Table Scalping

Table Scalping?  Love to watch how markets arise in the economy.  Whenever you see evidence of a scarce resource, whose price is being escalated by its scarcity...

Big Data and McCormick
From The Eponymous Pickle

Big Data and McCormick

Have had a few friends who worked projects with McCormick, and am impressed with their approaches to the use of new and innovated technology,  Here more, on their...

Team Innovation and the Art of Problem Solving
From The Eponymous Pickle

Team Innovation and the Art of Problem Solving

A High school oriented piece that is quite useful.    Would have loved to have seen this kind of thing when I was in school, or when I had bright kids in school...

Uber of Food Delivery
From The Eponymous Pickle

Uber of Food Delivery

In Smartblogs: The expansion of food delivery based on new supply chain services and big data.  " .... A new and growing generation of food delivery services is...

From Computational Complexity

A November to Remember

The Imitation Game starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing opens in the US on November 28. If you read this blog you should see that movie. If one challenged...

The Banks of the Future: An Experience Design Perspective
From Putting People First

The Banks of the Future: An Experience Design Perspective

Banks should shift their role from payment processors to trusted consumer advisors by focusing on the customer experience, argues Rob Girling in an Op-Ed piece...

[Book] Design for Policy
From Putting People First

[Book] Design for Policy

Design for Policy Edited by Christian Bason, Chief Executive, Danish Design Centre Series: Design for Social Responsibility Hardcover: 250 pages Publisher: Gower...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Two Versus Three

The role of 2 and 3 in mathematics Electrika source Margaret Farrar was the first crossword puzzle editor for The New York Times. Ken fondly recalls seeing her...

Big Data Value
From The Eponymous Pickle

Big Data Value

A favorite topic of mine, the current and forecast value of data, Big or otherwise.  I gave a talk on it today to the ISSIP.  International Society of Service Innovation...

Re-Designing the Business Model
From The Eponymous Pickle

Re-Designing the Business Model

In Knowledge@Wharton:" ... Innovation has become a buzzword in business today, as new-product sales advantages so often flow from new designs or features. Think...

Design as Business Competency
From The Eponymous Pickle

Design as Business Competency

In Marketing Mag: " ... Design as a business competency has never been more important, writes Designworks’ Tim Riches, and the winners of this year’s Good Design...

From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

CCC Research Highlight: ExCAPE

Periodically, the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) will highlight research projects that are nominated by the public. Research highlights are meant to inform...

TouchDevelop on Student Devices
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

TouchDevelop on Student Devices

I have this sort of love/hate relationship with web based applications. I had reason for a bit of both today. I like to introduce students to programming using ...

Perfectionism is not the same as having high standards
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Perfectionism is not the same as having high standards

A lot of what I do is… quite frankly… not very good. To put it differently, almost everything I do fails to meet my quality standards. So I am constantly fighting...

Fundamental principles of great UX design
From Putting People First

Fundamental principles of great UX design

In this edition of Ask UXmatters (a series curated by Janet M. Six), an eight-person expert panel looks at the importance of considering the fundamental principles...

A profile of Elizabeth F. Churchill, Director of User Experience at Google
From Putting People First

A profile of Elizabeth F. Churchill, Director of User Experience at Google

As part of an on-going series profiling people, institutions and programs in the EPIC People community, Katharina Rochjadi of Swinburne University of Technology...

Why wearables should be free
From Putting People First

Why wearables should be free

Companies shouldn’t just give out wearables for free; they should pay users for data, argues Hans Neubert, frog’s chief creative officer. “Owners of wearable technology...

High Performance Computing in CPG
From The Eponymous Pickle

High Performance Computing in CPG

Video by a former colleague,  Tom Lange, about how High Performance Computing (HPC) is used in consumer packaged goods at Procter & Gamble.   " ... From toothpaste...

Comparing the Social Landscape in 2014
From The Eponymous Pickle

Comparing the Social Landscape in 2014

A one page landscape infographic view of the eight most common types of social media in 2014. Nicely done, but specifics in this space do change quickly.  Includes...

Mail Re-Imagined in Verse
From The Eponymous Pickle

Mail Re-Imagined in Verse

Today from IBM.   Mail that understands you ... Imagine email that works for you instead of email that makes you work. .... Guided by analytics, IBM Verse learns...
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Doing our part to show why HPC Matters
Doing our part to show why HPC Matters
11.21.2014

As managers and practitioners in the HPC community part of our responsibility is to make sure that everyone we come …

Locality, Locality, Locality: A Note from SC14
Locality, Locality, Locality: A Note from SC14
11.20.2014

Steadily growing chips, systems, and application parallelism are driving the movement of data across larger distances in systems, and data …

HPC for Undergraduates
HPC for Undergraduates
11.20.2014

At SC14, graduate students mentor undergraduates interested in pursuing advanced degrees in fields related to high performance computing.

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