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- Yu Zhang: Great job, Dr. Sutor! It is indeed the interest and motivation that make the researchers enjoy their work.
- Bob Sutor: No, sorry, I didn’t know him.
- Bala R Subramanian: Bob, Did you know Kenneth? Does anyone have a story that they can share about Kenneth I. Appel?
- Bala R Subramanian: Great memorable event. Hope the data of monthly happenings are collected for review, as proposed,...
- Brian O'Donovan: By the way, I just found out that there is a public copy of the Social Computing Guidelines...
Monthly Archives: January 2011
The postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent my employer’s positions, strategies or opinions, especially if they are about the guitar, fishing, gardening, carpentry, porch building, and musical tastes. Blog entries before 2010 are in my … Continue reading
I had the honor of working for and with Dick Jenks for many years in IBM Research. With other computer scientists, he led the development of computer algebra systems like Scratchpad and AXIOM. I’m very pleased to be on the … Continue reading
This is a not a story about leaving the City for a fun-filled winter vacation. Rather, it details how I managed to get home ahead of the sixth big snowstorm to hit the area this season. This last week I … Continue reading
I’m on the search committee for the next Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation, and this is a reminder that applications are still being accepted. The announcement details what the Foundation is looking for: The Gnome Foundation is currently recruiting … Continue reading
I’ll be speaking on a panel hosted by John Patrick at the 2011 SIIA Information Industry Summit on Wednesday, January 26 in New York City. The panel is Top Mobile Technology Trends – A Moving Target Mobile devices—iphones and ipads—look … Continue reading
Math apps for tablet devices like the iPad should teach you how to structure a problem and its solution so you become better organized and capable of learning more advanced topics. As I continue to ponder math software for tablet … Continue reading
Normally I just post links to interesting news or articles on the web, but this piece deserves special attention. Dave Neary has written an article called ‘Open Source community building: a guide to getting it right’ that talks about open … Continue reading
I predict that in the future more restaurants will be managed via online services that not only help with the accounting of revenue and expenses, but assist in predicting what menu items will do well for a given profit. Two … Continue reading