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Optimizing Knowledge Yield in the Workplace
From The Eponymous Pickle

Optimizing Knowledge Yield in the Workplace

Mark Montgomery of KYield, writes about Optimizing Knowledge Yield in the Digital Workplace .  Some very important topics.   I am currently in the process of trying...

The Right BI Tool
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Right BI Tool

Thoughtful piece about choices of BI tools.  From  MICHAEL TARALLO Pentaho Director of Enterprise Solutions.  I have looked at Pentaho several times.  It looked...

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of September 19
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of September 19

September 21 Hearing: The Technology and Innovation Subcommittee of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee will hold a hearing on Cloud Computing. 10...

From Computational Complexity

Conferences Again

Lots of conference news and views going around. Let's sort it out. FOCS early registration deadline is September 29th, fast approaching. Deadline for applyingstudent...

Microsoft East Region Bloggers
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Microsoft East Region Bloggers

These days I am part of a larger team than I used to. There are some 22 of use including our manager. Everyone has a blog. This is the complete list.  NameBlog...

Is Gamification a fad?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Is Gamification a fad?

A post about the claim. I think not.  We used the idea of 'game dynamics'  to encourage engagement in and outside the company.  The term itself may be overstating...

The Effectiveness of Plagiarism Detection Software
From Schneier on Security

The Effectiveness of Plagiarism Detection Software

As you'd expect, it's not very good: But this measure [Turnitin] captures only the most flagrant form of plagiarism, where passages are copied from one document...

Game Development with XNA Curriculum
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Game Development with XNA Curriculum

Revitalize your Computer Science program with Game Development with XNA: Semester 1. This exciting and engaging computer science semester course enables students...

From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

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Predictive Analytics with IBM SPSS
From The Eponymous Pickle

Predictive Analytics with IBM SPSS

After attending the predictive analytics seminar last week I have been doing some examination of the current elements of the SPSS product suite.  I found this particular...

Innovation Excellence
From The Eponymous Pickle

Innovation Excellence

Julie Anixter,  colleague and Chief Innovation Officer at Maga Design. examines and mashes up content from the Innovation Excellence blog.  Put it on your feed,...

Behavior Modification Using Games
From The Eponymous Pickle

Behavior Modification Using Games

Good interview with Rajat Paharia, founder of Bunchball.   Do games alter behavior?  Yes, but in a particular and often useful context. Its a kind of behavioral engagement...

Visiting the East Coast: CMU and Strata New York
From The Noisy Channel

Visiting the East Coast: CMU and Strata New York


Spinscape
From The Eponymous Pickle

Spinscape

Spinscape: This collaborative idea for mind mapping was just pointed out to me.  I am exploring further.  I am a long time user of mind mapping for storing and...

Inflated Iluminated Wind Turbines
From The Eponymous Pickle

Inflated Iluminated Wind Turbines

I would not have noticed this piece in Engadget if it were not about a Dean Kamen,  famously the inventor of the Segway. And yes I know it is about a patent, not...

Online Learning Resources
From The Eponymous Pickle

Online Learning Resources

A good list of online learning resources from Mashable.   The Web continues to be a good resource for learning.   Here several things I have not heard of.  These...

Low2No project wins Holcim acknowledgement prize
From Putting People First

Low2No project wins Holcim acknowledgement prize

The Low2No design team of Sauerbruch-Hutton, ARUP and Epxperientia has won an acknowledgment prize in the Holcim award for sustainable construction for the design...

Can Patagonia convince consumers to
From Putting People First

Can Patagonia convince consumers to

What happens when one of America

Book: In Studio
From Putting People First

Book: In Studio

In Studio: Recipes for Systemic Change by Bryan Boyer, Justin W. Cook, Marco Steinberg Helsinki Design Lab (HDL) / Sitra 2011, 337 pages > Free download > Blog...

How tech is changing the museum experience
From Putting People First

How tech is changing the museum experience

Museums are exploring digital and mobile technologies to enhance visitor experience. Initiatives go beyond technology within exhibits and installations, but also...
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