General Reading for 06/02/2017

Saranac Lake Farmers Market largest in Adirondacks | Local News | pressrepublican.com ““This year we have over 30 vendors including four new vendors that will provide locally roasted coffee, Adirondack furniture, fresh breads and prepared foods,” said volunteer organizer Jake Vennie-Vollrath in a press release. “ tags:cl bs Posted from Diigo.…

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Best Food Reading for 12/16/2015

Shrimp-and-Crab Gumbo Recipe – Donald Link | Food & Wine “This gumbo from chef-owner Donald Link of Herbsaint in New Orleans owes its flavor to the roux, a mix of flour and oil that’s cooked until it’s coffee-colored.” tags: f gumbo shrimp Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite…

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What I’m Reading on 09/24/2014

At in-store clinics, $4 checkups for Wal-Mart workers | Marketplace.org “You can’t buy a lot for $4—maybe a cup of coffee or muffin. But at about a dozen Walmart stores across the South, $4 will get employees a visit to a nurse practitioner at an in-store clinic. It’s part of…

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What I’m Reading on 04/25/2014

Cortana: everything you need to know about Microsoft’s Siri rival | News | TechRadar “We knew Cortana was coming, but we didn’t expect her to keep her codename: in the Halo games Cortana is an artificial intelligence that goes wrong.” tags: bs microsoft cortana Microsoft Launches .NET Foundation To Foster…

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For the Love of Big Data: Approach to policy can determine outcomes

Several weeks ago I was on the panel “Privacy and Innovation in the Age of Big Data” at the International Association of Privacy Professionals in Washington, DC USA. My role was to present the attraction and value of data but not to constantly interrupt myself with “but, but, but” for policy…

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Math and Analytics at IBM Research: 50+ Years

Soon after I arrived back in IBM Research last July after 13 years away in the Software Group and Corporate, I was shown a 2003 edition of the IBM Journal of Research and Development that was dedicated to the Mathematical Sciences group at 40. From that, I and others assumed…

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IBM Mobile Team at Lotusphere 2012

It’s an artifact of today’s spread out worldwide working culture that many people in large companies never get to meet each other if they work in different locations. I’m down at IBM’s Lotusphere conference this week talking about Mobile for the Enterprise, meeting with partners, doing press interviews, and having…

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Daily links for 06/08/2010

Novell Celebrates 10 Years of Market Leadership with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for IBM System z “In recognition of the 10 year anniversary of Linux* on IBM System z*, Novell today announced customer adoption, open source product innovation and ISV and partner support of SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server for IBM*…

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