Archive for the “Interesting Elsewhere” category

Interesting elsewhere – 2 April 2014

by Stefan Czerniawski on 2 April 2014

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web Why it is not possible to regulate robots | Technology | theguardian.comWe really only know how to make one kind of computer: the "general purpose computer" that can execute every instruction (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 12 February 2014

by Stefan Czerniawski on 12 February 2014

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web The policy world and academia offer widely different opportunities for early career researchers. | Impact of Social Sciences In academia you look for a problem you can answer well, and in (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 14 January 2014

by Stefan Czerniawski on 14 January 2014

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web Foden Grealy – Document standards and the rankling print presumption Our mental model for handling textual information is based on the printed paper created by a typewriter, distributed by post and (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 10 December 2013

by Stefan Czerniawski on 10 December 2013

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web Five Ways to Learn Nothing from Your Customers’ Feedback – Rob Markey – Harvard Business ReviewAnonymity in customer feedback is, frankly, overrated. People want to be heard. They want their feedback (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 14 November 2013

by Stefan Czerniawski on 14 November 2013

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web Why is the corporate welfare state so flawed – and how could it be made better? – NestaThe aim should not be one-sided welfare, but rather better deals in which both (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 30 September 2013

by Stefan Czerniawski on 30 September 2013

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web WordsAt its heart, web design should be about words. Words don't come after the design is done. Words are the beginning, the core, the focus. Start with words. Nate Silver on (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 9 July 2013

by Stefan Czerniawski on 9 July 2013

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web Google logic: why Google does the things it does the way it does | Technology | guardian.co.ukThis evolutionary approach, and the Agile design processes that support it, is built into the (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 21 June 2013

by Stefan Czerniawski on 21 June 2013

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web In defence of bright ideas from people who have absolutely no idea how to implement them | The Source BlogI’m worried that there will come a day, ten years or so (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 29 May 2013

by Stefan Czerniawski on 29 May 2013

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web The Future Isn’t What It Used to Be — I.M.H.O. — Medium Technology isn’t so much about what’s possible as it is about what’s profitable. The primary reason we haven’t landed (…)

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Interesting elsewhere – 24 April 2013

by Stefan Czerniawski on 24 April 2013

Things which caught my eye elsewhere on the web Building Capabilities: Wither the Department? | Institute for Government While the money continues to flow along firmly departmental lines, with little political appetite to pool either budgets or accountability at scale, (…)

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