- Absolute Zero is 0K • Damn Interesting
- Do You Have An Automation Philosophy? - Chuck's Blog - "Automation is the secret sauce that makes ITaaS work. It is not an afterthought. The more you automate (and re-automate, and re-re-automate), the faster/cheaper/better IT service delivery becomes. New process insight drives new automation, which delivers better results."
- How Policy Makers Should Approach Google’s Driverless Shuttles
- Nobody Cares How Awesome You Are at Your Job - Businessweek - This rings true to me (linkbait headline notwithstanding).
- MOOCs’ disruption is only beginning - Opinion - The Boston Globe - While an interesting read, IMO it doesn't make much of a case for the "how" all these things are going to happen.
- Beyond the stack - O'Reilly Radar - "In the past few years, a new toolset has grown up to support the development of massively distributed applications. We call this new toolset the Distributed Developer’s Stack (DDS). It is orthogonal to the more traditional world of servers, frameworks, and operating systems; it isn’t a replacement for the aged LAMP stack, but a set of tools to make development manageable in a highly distributed environment."
- IBM's EPS Target Unhelpful Amid Cloud Computing Challenges - Businessweek
- 2014 Internet Trends — Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers - RT @danprimack: Mary Meeker's new Internet Trends report is now available
- Twitter / knowmorewp: The decline of the semicolon, ... - RT @matteastwood: The decline of the semicolon over time...
- Huge Social-Media Manager Does All Day - Business Insider - Presented without comment: "There, they discussed general themes the brand could talk about over the course of the month and create a calendar of proposed post ideas. In April, the brand would be continuing its "Art of Cheese" campaign, which provides its 100 Twitter followers and 220 Facebook fans with tips on how to best enjoy its products."
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Thursday, May 29, 2014
Posted by Gordon Haff at 12:06 PM