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Some Knowledge is not Bulletizable
From The Eponymous Pickle

Some Knowledge is not Bulletizable

Another piece akin to Tufte's view of Powerpoint. My view of Powerpoint has softened over the years, but using it for everything can be mind-numbing.

Life as a Healthcare CIO
From The Eponymous Pickle

Life as a Healthcare CIO

Mark Montgomery of Kyield recommends this post in the blog: Life as a Healthcare CIO.

Interesting Links 27 April 2010
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Interesting Links 27 April 2010

I twittered up quite a storm last week. Much of it was because of the US Imagine Cup which I was also blogging a lot about. I was also putting updates on theU...

Call for applications for 2010-11 Computing Innovation Fellows
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Call for applications for 2010-11 Computing Innovation Fellows

The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) and the Computing Research Association (CRA), with anticipated funding from the National Science Foundation, are pleased...

Revelation reviewed
From Putting People First

Revelation reviewed

Tim Macer of Research reviews Revelation, an online qualitative research environment for depth interviewing, discussions and ethnographic studies. “Online qualitative...

Attack Against Apache.org
From Schneier on Security

Attack Against Apache.org

This blog entry should serve as a model for open and transparent security self-reporting. I'm impressed. More news reports.

Innovation study: food and digital connectivity
From Putting People First

Innovation study: food and digital connectivity

Harnessing the rich detail, creativity, and individual relevance of personal narratives, Shareable.net and Latitude Research co-sponsored an innovation study to...

Last Day of Class!
From My Biased Coin

Last Day of Class!

Sometimes, I think the students are so excited about the end of classes, they don't realize that it's almost equally exciting for the faculty.  While I enjoy teaching...

B2B Accepts Social Networking
From The Eponymous Pickle

B2B Accepts Social Networking

A fairly obvious conclusion based on just cursory observation online, In ECommerce Times: " ... B2B organizations have largely accepted online social media technologies...

New York Police Protect Obama from Bicycles
From Schneier on Security

New York Police Protect Obama from Bicycles

They were afraid that they might contain pipe bombs. This is the correct reaction: In any case, I suspect someone somewhere just panicked at the possibility that...

From Computational Complexity

Trading Money for Computation

Since the beginning of complexity we talked about time complexity t(n) as a function of the input size. But it has been the inverse of this function that we really...

Creating Games is More than Programming
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Creating Games is More than Programming

For me at least the academic year is about to end; my final exam is ten days away. And then I have to gear up full time for a June gaming institute for students...

Boot Camp Digital
From The Eponymous Pickle

Boot Camp Digital

Lots of good things in the Boot Camp Digital Blog by Krista Neher. Including audience measurement, social media strategies, marketing your business on Facebook...

The Edge on The Ash Cloud
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Edge on The Ash Cloud

An Edge Special on how decision makers acted in response to the transportation crisis caused by the Icelandic ash cloud. A very good interpretation by a number...

Collective Pleasure
From The Eponymous Pickle

Collective Pleasure

The Engine Group posts on: Individual Choice Doesn't Take Away Collective Pleasure.

The interviews of l
From Putting People First

The interviews of l

The bilingual (Fr/En) research journal CADI of the highly respected design school L’

Too Much Online Training?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Too Much Online Training?

This short piece questions the over-use of online training. I was involved with an analysis of face-to-face vs online methods and in-person was clearly better....

ICPP Pre-Trial Settlement Scam
From Schneier on Security

ICPP Pre-Trial Settlement Scam

Nasty scam, where the user is pressured into accepting a "pre-trial settlement" for copyright violations. The level of detail is impressive.

US Imagine Cup Winners
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

US Imagine Cup Winners

Today after keynote presentations by James Cameron (who praised Microsoft Research for helping them create a digital asset management system that made Avatar possible)...

Guidebook on climate communications and behavioral change
From Putting People First

Guidebook on climate communications and behavioral change

To address global warming there must be a shift in thinking and behavior that motivates people and organizations to engage in emissions reductions and climate preparedness...
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