Ryze: business networking with meetups (October 18, 2005, 0) - If you’re interested in business networking, Ryze is worth checking out.
A relative newcomer, it doesn’t have the large networks or polished interface of LinkedIn. What it lacks there, though, it makes up for in terms of local presence. Ryze makes it easy to find and meet up with people in the same city, with RSVP-handling
Possible research areas (March 3, 2004, 0) - - Wearable computing: I’m interested in things like Bradley Rhodes’
Remembrance Agent. I’d like to extend it to dynamically index new
work and integrate more information sources.
- Intelligence/memory augmentation: Technical support assistance.
- Computer science education: Modelling of student misconceptions
based on a corpus of programs
- Social network analysis: Visualization of social networks
For augmentation, this is interesting:
http://www.doug-miller.net/blog/archive/remembra.html If I
Dumb IT hiring practices (May 22, 2003, 0) - Andy Sy posted this to the email@example.com mailing list:
‘Dumb IT hiring practices’
I’ve seen the situation described in this article oh-so-often
in real life.
‘The Reality/Salary Scale’
This situation described is surreal but I believe is what
really happens in the real world. Seems like the tradeoff of
having a high salary is you don’t get to do anything of