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Cadillac User Experience (CUE)
From Putting People First

Cadillac User Experience (CUE)

Last week, Cadillac launched its new “CUE” vehicle infotainment system. The name is an acronym that stands for Cadillac User Experience

The psychology of UX
From Putting People First

The psychology of UX

When UX designer Vanessa Carey read Susan Weinschenk’s article “The Psychologist’s View of UX Design” (published in UXMag last year), she decided to explore each...

Should Justin Bieber Go To Jail?
From Wild WebMink

Should Justin Bieber Go To Jail?

If you found my article in ComputerWorldUK yesterday too long and/or complicated, this cmpaign web site is the perfect alternative: Free Justin Bieber.

Illustrating the Role of Fundamental Computing Research
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Illustrating the Role of Fundamental Computing Research

White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Deputy Director Tom Kalil and Senior Advisor Kumar Garg have highlighted the role of fundamental computing...

Motivating Students and Teachers While Raising the Bar
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Motivating Students and Teachers While Raising the Bar

During the past year, a good deal of my work time has revolved around revising our state Business, Finance, and IT Essential Standards. We have organized our standards...

New Malware: Duqu
From Schneier on Security

New Malware: Duqu

A newly discovered piece of malware, Duqu, seems to be a precursor to the next Stuxnet-like worm and uses some of the same techniques as the original.

What if you want a PhD but don't plan to do research after?
From The Female Perspective of Computer Science

What if you want a PhD but don't plan to do research after?

I was thinking the other day about the different reasons a person might want to get a PhD, and I wondered if those who weren't necessarily intending to be researchers...

From Computational Complexity

Theorems that are impressive at first but then....

Mission Impossible was my favorite show as a kid. As an adult it would not make my top 20, and I wonder why I liked it so much as a kid. (Actually I do know- at...

Interbot
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Interbot

Interbots’ consumer robot for autism therapy took the top prize last Thursday at the nation’s first-ever next-generation robotics venture competition. The event...

On Ecclesiastes and Pornography
From Wild WebMink

On Ecclesiastes and Pornography

Filtering “pornography” without any way to define what it is can only harm our society, and seeing it proposed is yet another reminder that the “Ecclesiastes Principle”...

Imagine Cup as Group Projects
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Imagine Cup as Group Projects

One of the things that often makes Imagine Cup entries a good educational experience is that they require planning and team work. A good Imagine Cup entry is seldom...

Isolating the Impactof Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Isolating the Impactof Learning

In Chief Learning Officer (CLO):   Can you isolate such a change based on any single variable?

Testing Your Code with Myers-Briggs
From The Eponymous Pickle

Testing Your Code with Myers-Briggs

In ReadwriteWeb: You can test your code's  Myers-Briggs score. Does this have any real meaning? 

At Atlanta Southface
From The Eponymous Pickle

At Atlanta Southface

I presented and interacted at Atlanta Southface today about the gathering ad democratizing enviuronemental sensor data.   " ... For more than 30 years, Southface...

Need Tab-Sweep Tool
From Wild WebMink

Need Tab-Sweep Tool

Quick LazyWeb request:

From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Stanford University professor Sebastian Thrun and Google engineer Chris Urmson — the brains behind

John Byers on WBUR
From My Biased Coin

John Byers on WBUR

Listening to my co-author, John Byers, streamed live on WBUR, discussing our work on Groupon.  Ben Edelman is another participant in the show.Here's the link.   ...

Oracle Acquires Endeca!
From The Noisy Channel

Oracle Acquires Endeca!


How Many Jobs Are There For Poets
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

How Many Jobs Are There For Poets

I was listening to an Internet stream of Gary Stager presenting a keynote at an education conference in Iowa the other day. The technology for this amazes me but...

The rise of cross-channel UX design
From Putting People First

The rise of cross-channel UX design

“Seamless, cross-channel experiences are the way of the future, as technology fades into the background and the personal, physical, and social context determine...
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