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Success stories in design management
From Putting People First

Success stories in design management

An article published by the European Commission’s Enterprise & Industry department: “Design management is a key driver of innovation and competitiveness and the...

Odds & Ends
From CERIAS Blog

Odds & Ends

Cyber Leap Year Summit I've heard from many, many people who read my blog post about this. So far, everyone who attended and was not involved with the planningHere...

Store Simulation and Category Placement
From The Eponymous Pickle

Store Simulation and Category Placement

I met today with Herb Sorensen and Bill Hruby to see TNS's just released Atlas Store Datamining Tool. An impressive piece of work that takes insights from HerbInside...

Equity in the Light of Fairness
From Computer Science Teachers Association

Equity in the Light of Fairness

Let me start by saying I am new to this board of directors and I do not really have a good feel for what YOU want to hear or read about just yet

From Computational Complexity

Possibly Recruits for the Polymath Primes Project

In the book The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat and other Clinical Tales by Oliver Sacks there is a true story about two twin brothers (John and Michael), both...

Policy Highlights from Communications of the ACM - September 2009 (Vol. 52, No. 9)
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

Policy Highlights from Communications of the ACM - September 2009 (Vol. 52, No. 9)

Below is a list of items with policy relevance from the September issue of Communications of the ACM. As always, much of the material in CACM is premium content...

Tagging Visualizations Over Time
From The Eponymous Pickle

Tagging Visualizations Over Time

A bit dated, but research at Yahoo about image tag usage over time. Here is the full technical paper. Not sure if this has gone anywhere, if anyone knows do let...

Blogs I Read: The Haystack Blog
From The Noisy Channel

Blogs I Read: The Haystack Blog


Rethinking the Long Tail
From The Eponymous Pickle

Rethinking the Long Tail

In Knowledge@Wharton: Re-thinking the long tail. ' ... a new research paper by Wharton professor Serguei Netessine and doctoral student Tom F. Tan challenges that...

E-Mail Cautionary Tale
From The Eponymous Pickle

E-Mail Cautionary Tale

In Slashdot a cautionary tale about how easy, cheap and relatively risk free it is to have third parties hack a public e-mail account. Have been involved in cases...

Relational databases: are they obselete?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Relational databases: are they obselete?

Michael Stonebraker is predicting that the dominance of the generic relational database is coming to an end. Having recently founded several database companies,

Visualizing Global Brand Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

Visualizing Global Brand Data

A very interesting visualization of global brand data, a mix of geographic, network and more typical business intelligence graphics. Probably not the simplest way...

From Computational Complexity

Announcing a New Blog: Silent Glen Speaks

There is another Theory Blogger: Silent Glen. How can a blogger by silent? Sounds like a contradiction in terms! Hope its not a contradiction since she is already...

Simple Portfolio Analysis
From The Eponymous Pickle

Simple Portfolio Analysis

Today I attended a webinar by Gary L. Lilien on teaching portfolio analysis using the GE/McKinsey approach. He is author of the book Marketing Engineering. Have...

Printing Police Handcuff Keys
From Schneier on Security

Printing Police Handcuff Keys

Using a 3D printer. Impressive. At the end of the day he talked the officers into trying the key on their handcuffs and

Grameen Foundation: mHealth ethnography report
From Putting People First

Grameen Foundation: mHealth ethnography report

One of the projects of AppLab, the application laboratory of the Grameen Foundation, is focused on mobile technology for community health (MoTeCH) in Ghana: “Grameen...

Random Musings for the Day
From My Biased Coin

Random Musings for the Day

I like Daniel Lemire's post on "the truth" about research grants so much, I'm linking to it.Richard Lipton is taking bets on whether P = NP; well, not really,substantially...

Mayo Clinic
From Putting People First

Mayo Clinic

This week the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation hosted Transform, a collaborative symposium on innovations in health care experience and delivery. The symposium...

Long Lasting Perfume Delivery
From The Eponymous Pickle

Long Lasting Perfume Delivery

Procter & Gamble's Connect & Develop program requests input for technical solutions to long lasting perfume delivery system.

Neuroscience Picks top Emmy Winners
From The Eponymous Pickle

Neuroscience Picks top Emmy Winners

Sands Research claims to have predicted the top Emmy Awards (three out of top five) with their EEG based NEF scores, details in post, plus links to their previous...
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