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Nearly perfect RFID at Metro
From The Eponymous Pickle

Nearly perfect RFID at Metro

Worked with Metro retailer on their impressive tagging efforts. Their innovation stores were a testbed for these capabilities. A report below on recent efforts...

The Ownership of Geolocation Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Ownership of Geolocation Data

Good discussion of the ownership of location data in retail.

On Wisdom of Crowds
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Wisdom of Crowds

In Mind Hacks: Outlines some articles and research on the psychology of crowds and the fluidity of identity. ' ... recent research shows that people tend to cooperate...

links for 2009-07-24
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-07-24

An Apology from Amazon - kindle Discussion Forum Bezos apology is wonderful, and a great leadership example that is to be welcomed...

links for 2009-07-24
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-07-24

An Apology from Amazon - kindle Discussion Forum Bezos apology is wonderful, and a great leadership example that is to be welcomed...

An Experientia celebration in style
From Putting People First

An Experientia celebration in style

(Article contributed by Experientia editor Erin O’Loughlin:) On the 23rd July 2009, Experientia celebrated its fourth anniversary in style, at the stunning Villa...

A Semantic View of the Organization: Kyield
From The Eponymous Pickle

A Semantic View of the Organization: Kyield

I have looked at a number of approaches to try to combine the knowledge within a complex organization and result in improved innovation and communications. We examined...

Google Latitude now on IPhone
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Latitude now on IPhone

The Google latitude location sharing application is now available for the IPhone. Can't say I have ever tried this kind of location sensitive social capability...

Visual Intelligence in Marketing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Visual Intelligence in Marketing

Attended a talk by Don Hoffman entitled: Visual Intelligence in Marketing. He is the author of the book Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See. The premise...

IBM and the Internet of Things
From Putting People First

IBM and the Internet of Things


TEDGlobal:
From Putting People First

TEDGlobal:

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Artificial Brain Ten Years Away?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Artificial Brain Ten Years Away?

From the TED conference: ' ... Professor Markram said he would send a hologram to talk at TED in 10 years. A detailed, functional artificial human brain can be...

How the digital world is changing the rules of modern courtship
From Putting People First

How the digital world is changing the rules of modern courtship

As part of a feature series on Facebook (see below), Newsweek explores how the digital world is changing the rules of modern courtship: “It wasn’t so long ago that...

TEDGlobal updates
From Putting People First

TEDGlobal updates

Both the Guardian newspaper’s PDA blog and TED itself are posting regular updates from the current TEDGlobal conference in Oxford, UK. (TED stands for technology...

Designing for sustainability
From Putting People First

Designing for sustainability

In this three-part video series, originally posted on Adobe’s Inspire site (a publication from the Adobe Experience Design Team), watch highlights from the Adobe...

Literature review on museums and libraries in a digital age
From Putting People First

Literature review on museums and libraries in a digital age

The Futures of Learning blog, which is associated with a MacArthur Foundation project, just completed an extensive literature review, conducted as part of the project...

The Computing Community Consortium:  An Update
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

The Computing Community Consortium: An Update

A GENI Engineering Conference presentation by CCC Chair Ed Lazowska describing major activities since the last GEC in October 2008, including: Transition Team...

Planning Under Uncertainty
From The Eponymous Pickle

Planning Under Uncertainty

Good Piece in Knowledge@Wharton: Eyes Wide Open: Embracing Uncertainty through Scenario Planning. Given our uncertain times, a technique that needs to be more...

Creativity Centers
From The Eponymous Pickle

Creativity Centers

The Power Of Design IDEO redefined good design by creating experiences, not just products. Now it's changing the way companies innovate ... Also here about creativity...

Network Science & Engineering Research Agenda
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Network Science & Engineering Research Agenda

At this week’s GENI Engineering Conference in Seattle, Ellen Zegura rolled out the Network Science & Engineering (NetSE) Research Agenda, an extensive effort of...
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