The blog archive provides access to past blog postings from Communications of the ACM and other sources by date.
Mark Lacy sends this along, nicely done. A excellent example of how tablets can be used in the enterprise. Congratulations to my former colleagues, see the full video at the link below: " ... Shawn Flannery At last, the Apple…
Terrell R. Bennett, Julia Seiter
Dimitris MitropoulosThe XRDS blog highlights a range of topics from security and privacy to neuroscience. Selected blog posts, edited for print, will be featured in every issue. Please visit xrds.acm.org/blog to read each post…
Suresh VenkatasubramanianOriginally posted on The Geomblog
Christina Strohrmann, Gerhard TrösterA look at how athletic performance can be measured outside of the laboratory.
Andrew MillerDigital activity sensors are no longer confined to research labs; they're in the wild and they come in lime green. They offer the promise to improve our health and even to affect the ways that we interact with others…
Kai KunzeUsing activity recognition for cognitive tasks can provide new insights about reading and learning habits.
Gabriele Spina, Oliver AmftWhen utilizing internal sensors, modern smartphones are inexpensive and powerful wearable devices for sensor data acquisition, processing, and feedback in personal daily health applications.
Rolf AdelsbergerThe design, construction, and deployment of a pressure-enhanced IMU system that fits in the bottom of your shoe.
Mladen Milosevic, Aleksandar Milenkovic, Emil JovanovNew health care systems that integrate wearable sensors, personal devices, and servers promise to fundamentally change the way health care services are delivered and used.
Christoph Amma, Tanja SchultzIt may be possible to enable text entry by writing freely in the air, using only the hand as a stylus.
Viswam NathanBrain computer interfaces are still restricted to the domains of health and research, but we understand what needs to be done and are getting closer to making a commercial wearable EEG system.
In BBC Technology: How do game companies readily share very large 50GB plus files? This interested me because I recently had to do this for an analytics project. I did not have quite the problem they had, my files were smaller…
Had an interesting conversation with Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk See her Interdisciplinary Computing Blog :" ... Computing and people who work with computers are not the nerdy and negative images often portrayed in the media. As a computer…
In Computing Now: Long time since I heard about this topic, we experimented broadly in the supply chain area, with some success. " .... Emphasis on autonomous systems has been growing steadily in recent years as users and organizations…
We explored the kitchen in the smart home in detail because we believed that the kitchen was the nexus of the home. Connecting it as one of the nodes in an internet of things was an early examination. A new piece in ReadWrite…
In Technology: New to me, always fascinating when there is activity in nature that we cannot explain by physics and chemistry. And certainly one that could point to a new kind of computing. Is there a connection? Don't have…
This squid-like worm -- Teuthidodrilus samae -- is new to science.
As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered.