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Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Foo for Thought

Last weekend I had the extraordinary privilege to attend Foo Camp, an annual gathering of about 250 Friends Of O’Reilly (aka Foo). Tim O’Reilly, Sara Winge, and their colleagues have amazing friends, as you can see if you scan this unofficial list of attendees working on big data, open government, computer security, and more generally […] → Read More: Foo for Thought

Christos Faloutsos: How to find patterns in large graphs

A video of CMU professor Christos Faloutsos‘s recent tech talk at LinkedIn on “Mining Billion-Node Graphs“. → Read More: Christos Faloutsos: How to find patterns in large graphs

World’s First Coins With QR Codes Will Start Circulating in the Netherlands Next Week

Determined to keep physical currency relevant in an age of bitcoins and NFC-equipped phones, the Dutch are turning their coins into little high-tech toys. These are purportedly the world’s firstcoins with QR codes, which currently link to the nation… → Read More: World’s First Coins With QR Codes Will Start Circulating in the Netherlands Next Week

3D Holograms using Xbox Kinect

Leia Holograph Holographs are just about impossible to capture in still images, resulting in that red blob you see to the right–but in person, it looks surprisingly good MIT Michael Bove, the director of MIT’s Object-Based Media Group, got his grad… → Read More: 3D Holograms using Xbox Kinect

Processing 1.5+

Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to create images, animations, and interactions. Initially developed to serve as a software sketchbook and to teach fundamentals of computer programming within a visua… → Read More: Processing 1.5+