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May 2009


From insideHPC

SC makes top trade show ranking second year in a

SC makes top trade show ranking second year in a

A little inside baseball, but you may be interested to know that SC has been listed on the annual ranking of the 200 largest US tradeshows for the second year running (shows are ranked by square feet of exhibit space) SC, the…


From Daniel Lemire's Blog

How peer review is supposed to help you!

How peer review is supposed to help you!

Malicious authors know how to get past peer review without effort:

Pretend to have run extensive experiments supporting your theories. When the experiments contradict you or are merely difficult to explain, clean them out conveniently…


From The Eponymous Pickle

Google, P&G and New Customers

Google, P&G and New Customers

A Harvard Business conversation starter piece: How P&G and Google approach new customers. Also includes some useful comments on the topic. The obvious is stated: proactively understanding your customers before expanding to…


From Putting People First

Tim Brown on the participation economy

Tim Brown on the participation economy

Nokia’s IdeasProject site features a video interview with Tim Brown, CEO of Ideo, where he argues that that communications technology is leading us back to the kind of participation economy that existed before the industrial…


From CSDiary

Venkat Guruswami to Join CMU Faculty

Venkat Guruswami to Join CMU Faculty

I am truly pleased to announce that Venkatesan Guruswami will be joining the faculty of the Carnegie Mellon Computer Science Department, effective July 1, 2009. One of the most important researchers in theoretical computer science…


From Wild WebMink

? The Music of the Spheres, and URI Integrity

? The Music of the Spheres, and URI Integrity