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Job Advice?
From My Biased Coin

Job Advice?

Not for me, thank goodness. A very talented graduating senior (who may or may not be Harvard...) has obtained a number of job offers, and asked me if I had any...

Report on Service Design Network conference 2009
From Putting People First

Report on Service Design Network conference 2009

Lucy Kimbell, who is a Clark Fellow in Design Leadership at Sa

Book: Prototyping, a practitioner
From Putting People First

Book: Prototyping, a practitioner

Prototyping A Practitioner’s Guide to Prototyping By Todd Zaki Warfel Rosenfeld Media, November 2009 Available in paperback and digital package (1-933820-21-7),...

Quantum Ghost Imaging
From Schneier on Security

Quantum Ghost Imaging

This is cool: Ghost imaging is a technique that allows a high-resolution camera to produce an image of an object that the camera itself cannot see. It uses two...

links for 2009-11-18
From Wild WebMink

links for 2009-11-18

Inventing a Better Patent System While these proposed reforms of the US system are to be welcomed, they fail to address - or even acknowledge -...

Exploring Explortatory Search
From The Noisy Channel

Exploring Explortatory Search

Google’s recently released Image Swirl is slick. But I’ve been struggling to figure out whether it’s useful or simply a showcase for cool technology.

Call for Descriptions: Online Safety Programs
From Apophenia

Call for Descriptions: Online Safety Programs

The Risky Behaviors and Online Safety track of the Youth and Media Policy Working Group Initiative at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University...

IPhone as Sensing Platform
From The Eponymous Pickle

IPhone as Sensing Platform

The IPhone positioned as a version of the Tricorder, a universal information gathering device that can connect the right data to the right analytical methods that...

Bing Takes Some Searchers from Yahoo
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bing Takes Some Searchers from Yahoo

Not unexpected. Like I have said I have found Bing to be a usefully different search method. No doubt that Google has huge inertia, but Bing has shown some useful...

SAS Visual Data Discovery
From The Eponymous Pickle

SAS Visual Data Discovery

We did some very early work for executive suite discovery applications using SAS graph. More about what SAS has today in data discovery. Now this application reminded...

Linkedin Connects with Twitter
From The Eponymous Pickle

Linkedin Connects with Twitter

Linkedin has now connected with Twitter, apparently to pick up to some of that high volume of Twitter traffic. By giving Linkedin your Twitter ID you can have your...

Secret Knock Lock
From Schneier on Security

Secret Knock Lock

Door lock that opens if you tap a particular rhythm.  

Web2.0 Expo Talk: Streams of Content, Limited Attention
From Apophenia

Web2.0 Expo Talk: Streams of Content, Limited Attention

I prepared a new talk today for Web2.0 Expo that I wanted to share with you: "Streams of Content, Limited Attention: The Flow of Information through Social Media"...

Web 2.0 for E Commerce Success
From The Eponymous Pickle

Web 2.0 for E Commerce Success

In Ecommerce Times: Top Web 2.0 drivers for ecommerce success by retailers.

From Computational Complexity

A Prayer Book for the Internet Generation

As a young kid in the Reform Jewish community we used the Union Prayer Book, a traditional book with Hebrew on the right and English on the left with lots of instructions...

A Useful Side-Effect of Misplaced Fear
From Schneier on Security

A Useful Side-Effect of Misplaced Fear

A study in the British Journal of Criminology makes the point that drink-spiking date-raping is basically an urban legend: Abstract. There is a stark contrast...

Science Behind Neuromarketing Webinar
From The Eponymous Pickle

Science Behind Neuromarketing Webinar

This Wednesday I am attending a Webinar by Sands Research ' ... presented by Dr. Steve Sands, Chairman and Chief Science Officer, on Wednesday, November 18th...

Anti-Malware Detection and the Original Trojan Horse
From Schneier on Security

Anti-Malware Detection and the Original Trojan Horse

Funny.

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of November 16
From U.S. Public Policy Committee of the ACM

Hill Tech Happenings, Week of November 16

November 17 Hearing: The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on cybersecurity, with an emphasis on fighting terrorism and protecting privacy. 10 a.m...

Unilever: Major Innovations Underway
From The Eponymous Pickle

Unilever: Major Innovations Underway

Former P&G exec now Unilever CEO Paul Polman says very big innovations are underway: ' ... Unilever says its products soon will be available using results fromGenesis...
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