Daily links for 02/04/2013
Manage the sentiment of your city
“In this article, we explain in detail how city leaders can configure automated sentiment analysis for social media sites for the topics of interest to them by using the recently released Sentiment Analysis dashboard, a part of the IBM Intelligent Operations Center. The dashboard uses IBM Cognos Consumer Insight as its underlying analysis engine. However, much of the advice in this article is equally applicable for any automated sentiment analysis tool.”
Not Surprisingly, HP’s New Chromebook Is The Biggest, Heaviest, And Most Expensive New Chromebook Available | TechCrunch
“The extra cash nets buyers a 14-inch screen and a Intel x86 chipset rather than an ARM chip inside the Samsung or Acer. All three models have 2GB of RAM. The Intel 1.1GHz Intel Celeron 847 CPU chipset inside the HP likely runs slightly better than the ARM chip. But this is a Chromebook. You run Chrome on a Chromebook. Not Photoshop. The Samsung Chromebook correctly mashes a sleek casing with a computing platform in an affordable package. The HP does not.”
Linux on Windows 8 PCs: Some progress, but still a nuisance | ZDNet
“Getting Linux to boot and install on PCs locked down with Windows 8’s UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) Secure Boot continues to be annoying at best and downright impossible in some cases. Still, slowly, ever so slowly, progress is being made.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.