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Top Most Read Posts of 2011
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Top Most Read Posts of 2011

It may be a little early but not much. At this point it would be a big surprise if some other post made it into this list. These fifteen posts were far and away...

Customer Lifetime Value Equation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Customer Lifetime Value Equation

Is it of value to Tech?   From Wharton. It is always useful to think about, but may not be the key measurement for all innovations.   The Kindle Fire is brought...

Merry Christmas from the TSA
From Schneier on Security

Merry Christmas from the TSA

Cupcakes deemed security threat: Rebecca Hains says she was going through security at the airport in Las Vegas when a TSA agent pulled her aside and said the cupcake...

Ipsos Neuroscience and Emotion
From The Eponymous Pickle

Ipsos Neuroscience and Emotion

I like adding the emotion part.  News release:" ... In the US, EmSense

Rules of Thumb
From The Eponymous Pickle

Rules of Thumb

Good WSJ piece on Heuristics.  Not random hunches, but rules of thumb that work.  Not always perfectly,  or optimally, but are very useful to get to a real conclusion...

Alternative Digital Recipe Libraries
From The Eponymous Pickle

Alternative Digital Recipe Libraries

As a long time cook this is a challenge.  Some alternatives.  But no, not impossible.  As simple as a file folder. Or as complex as an associative memory.

? Open Source Xmas
From Wild WebMink

? Open Source Xmas

LibreOffice Xmas, originally uploaded by elianedomingos. A very happy Christmas to everyone who reads Wild Webmink. May you find software freedom waiting for you...

Friday Squid Blogging: Goldman Sachs and the Vampire Squid Metaphor
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Goldman Sachs and the Vampire Squid Metaphor

It's a metaphor that will not die. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered.

On Mobile Payments
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Mobile Payments

Good overall piece in GigaOM on the state of mobile smartphone payments.   Have followed the idea for years, and it has been a long road.  Finally in 2012? 2013...

Santa Hacked
From Schneier on Security

Santa Hacked

Mildly amusing video.

Time to Change the Conversation from Consuming to Creating
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Time to Change the Conversation from Consuming to Creating

At a recent family gathering, my father-in-law delighted in the accomplishments of his four year old granddaughter who effortlessly navigated her mother's iPad....

The CCC Blog in 2011: Our Top Posts from the Year Revisited
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

The CCC Blog in 2011: Our Top Posts from the Year Revisited

As we celebrate the holidays and get set to close the books on 2011 — a banner year for the CCC Blog, with more than twice as many page views as in any previous...

An Examination of RFID ROI
From The Eponymous Pickle

An Examination of RFID ROI

In the apparel industry where RFID item level tagging has been generally successful. We commissioned a similar study years ago with MIT and  the University of Arkansas...

Saffron Technologies
From The Eponymous Pickle

Saffron Technologies

I have mentioned Saffron Technologies a number of times here, since visiting them five plus years ago.   Just now re-examining their associative memory techniques...

Vending Machine 2.0
From The Eponymous Pickle

Vending Machine 2.0

A look at a technologically impressive new vending machine.  Will this concept machine engage, sell? Japan Gets Vending Machine 2.0 With See-Through Full HD Display...

Applications Open for Google
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Applications Open for Google

Google is calling for applications to its 2012 Google Policy Fellowships, which offer

Kinect Educators
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Kinect Educators

One of the great things in my job is the chance to make connections between people doing interesting things. Lately a lot has been happening in the world of educational...

MIC and MINE, a short description
From My Biased Coin

MIC and MINE, a short description

I thought I should give a brief description of MIC and MINE, the topic of our Science paper.  Although you're probably better off, if you're interested, looking...

Digital Sign Deployments
From The Eponymous Pickle

Digital Sign Deployments

In Digital Signage Today: A video of cool out of home digital signage deployments from 2011.  By Keith Kelsen.   I am currently reading his 2010 book:  Unleashing...

Apple Trumps Wal-Mart Online Sales in November
From The Eponymous Pickle

Apple Trumps Wal-Mart Online Sales in November

Fairly remarkable result.  Technology purchases continue to move forward. Will we all be virtual in the Cloud soon?
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