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Report From Ramsey-Logic-Complexity Workshop
From Computational Complexity

Report From Ramsey-Logic-Complexity Workshop

Back from RaTLoCC 2009 which is Ramsey Theory in Logic, Combinatorics, and Complexity.   Here are the list of talks: here. Reverse Mathematics tries...

Loyalty Hasn't Disappeared
From The Eponymous Pickle

Loyalty Hasn't Disappeared

Professor Byron Sharp, Director, Ehrenberg-Bass InstituteUniversity of South Australia writes:FranzLast week the New York Times reported that American's loyalty...

Augmented Reality in Virtual Worlds
From The Eponymous Pickle

Augmented Reality in Virtual Worlds

IBM continues to do interesting enterprise enabling virtual world work, here with Nokia:' ... With support from IBM (NYSE:IBM) Research and Nokia Research Center...

Cassandra Firing GnuPG Blanks
From CERIAS Blog

Cassandra Firing GnuPG Blanks

A routine software update (a minor revision number) caused a serious problem. A number of blank messages were sent until we realized that attempts to sign messages...

Twitter Lists as an Influence Measure?
From The Noisy Channel

Twitter Lists as an Influence Measure?


Implementing digital TV in Italy: the other side of the digital revolution
From Putting People First

Implementing digital TV in Italy: the other side of the digital revolution

Italy is in the process of switching to digital TV, and the implementation is pretty much a disaster, as far as I can tell from the reactions in the region where...

Virtual Goods
From The Eponymous Pickle

Virtual Goods

Dave Knox points to a slide presentation at the recent Virtual Worlds conference on Social Gaming and virtual goods: Virtual Goods in Asia. Very useful statistics...

Forbes on Neuromarketing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Forbes on Neuromarketing

A good overview article in Forbes on Neuromarketing. ' ... Yahoo, Hyundai, Microsoft and other marketers use EEGs and MRIs to vet commercials, packaging and product...

Semantic Web
From The Eponymous Pickle

Semantic Web

Mark Montgomery points me to the Semantic Web site, which I need to put on my feed. They mention the WolframAlpha IPhone App there, which I also noticed here. More...

Designers and Engineers
From The Eponymous Pickle

Designers and Engineers

A piece on the relationship of statistical/engineering approaches versus design. Was also discussed in the NYTimes. As an engineer/scientist I know more about that...

links for 2009-10-31
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-10-31

The Fun Theory It may be an advertising stunt, but the videos are great and it embodies the idea central to open source that people...

Computer Science Curriculum in our High Schools
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Computer Science Curriculum in our High Schools

While attending the recent Southern Business Education Association Convention in Huntsville, Alabama, I was struck by the lack of emphasis on computer science and...

Friday Squid Blogging: Humboldt Squid in Canada
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Humboldt Squid in Canada

They're washing ashore on Vancouver Island. Scientists have begun attaching tracking devices to squid off the coast of Vancouver Island to find out why the marine...

Article on Me
From Schneier on Security

Article on Me

Article on me from a Luxembourg magazine.

Nov-Dec 2009 edition of Interactions magazine online
From Putting People First

Nov-Dec 2009 edition of Interactions magazine online

The November-December edition of Interactions Magazine is online and some articles are available without subscription. Unfortunately, the main menu page doesn’t...

Experientia partner Michele Visciola on people-centred innovation as culture evolution
From Putting People First

Experientia partner Michele Visciola on people-centred innovation as culture evolution

My business partner Michele Visciola, who is also the president of Experientia, has written an article entitled “People-centered innovation or culture evolution...

The golden age of infinite music
From Putting People First

The golden age of infinite music

John Harris has written an excellent article on the BBC News site on the social and cultural consequences of music being always available online in free and seemingly...

Experientia partner Jan-Christoph Zoels speaks at IxD Fall Summit
From Putting People First

Experientia partner Jan-Christoph Zoels speaks at IxD Fall Summit

On 6 November Experientia partner Jan-Christoph Zoels will be speaking at the IxD Fall Summit 2009 organised by the Ume

Attacking U.S. Critical Infrastructure
From Schneier on Security

Attacking U.S. Critical Infrastructure

Squirrel terrorists. We have a cognitive bias to exaggerate risks caused by other humans, and downplay risks caused by animals (and, even more, by natural phenomena...

Sindain
From Return 42;

Sindain

Introducing Sindain - A JavaScript project template.Working with Rails is nice. Not only is Rails already setting up a nearly complete environment for you, thesuspenders...
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