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Keep a common place book
“Wisdom, not facts. We’re not just looking random pieces of information. What’s the point of that? Your commonplace book, over a lifetime (or even just several years), can accumulate a mass of true wisdom–that you can turn to in times of crisis, opportunity, depression or job.”
notebooks  gtd  writing  research 
march 2018 by cote
The dangers of faith in data
“Faith in data grows in relation to your distance from the collection of it.” And other traps of getting too much confidence in data driven decisions.
biases  research  design  analytics 
february 2018 by cote
9 rules of design research
“Only after you have a goal will you know what you need to know. And you have to know your question before you can choose how to answer it.”
digitaltransformation  design  research 
february 2018 by cote
What cloud trends mean for you - an analyst's view
I just wrapped up my Red Hat Summit talk, which is always fun. The presentation is embedded above and I’m told there’ll be a video soon which I’ll also post. There’s a fair amount of market-sizing data and some results from our first DevOps market study in the slides. Tell me if it’s useful for you, I’m looking to hone this general body of work in the coming the months.
via:ifttt  from:tumblr  cloud  DevOps  RHSummit  RHSummit2014  451  Research  charts  presentations  CoteSpeaking  highlight  link  tumblr:link 
april 2014 by cote
Flurry Smartphone Industry Pulse, November 2009
"While it is clear that the iPhone has significant short-term revenue value for Apple, Flurry believes that the iPod Touch holds more long-term strategic value for Steve Jobs and team. As all industry eyes look to the iPhone, the iPod Touch is quietly building a loyal base among the next generation of iPhone users, positioning Apple to corner the smartphone market not only today, but also tomorrow.... When today's young iPod Touch users age by five years, they will already have iTunes accounts, saved personal contacts to their iPod Touch devices, purchased hundreds of apps and songs, and mastered the iPhone OS user interface. This translates into loyalty and switching costs, allowing Apple to seamlessly 'graduate' young users from the iPod Touch to the iPhone. For OEMs hoping to challenge Apple, we believe an even greater sense of urgency must be adopted."
thekids  research  mobile  via:ypulse  studies  Apple  iPhone  iPhoneTouch  brand 
december 2009 by cote
Intel: All-in-one devices can't be expert at anything
Yeah, those "computers" will never do enough. Better to have a bunch of devices, each with at least one Intel chip in them than just one.
Intel  predictions  mobile  chips  research 
november 2009 by cote
IBM gives voice to your web
More on the voice reading training stuff from IBM research.
accessibility  IBM  research  training  web 
october 2009 by cote
Social Desktop - Microsoft Research
"Today, it’s easy to share a Web page or a blog post, because items on the Web have unique IDs: URLs. We don’t have this on the desktop. Social Desktop adds URLs to the files and folders on your desktop, letting you share anything on your computer with anyone who can click on a URL." Hmm, so you can start treating your desktop like a web page/service.
silverlight  riaweekly  URL  web  microsoft  research 
february 2009 by cote
IBM research projects cover SOA, Web 2.0
Laundry list of projects in IBM research.
ibm  research  labs  qedwiki 
february 2007 by cote
Microsoft, Infosys team on software engineering
Hopefully we'll see some white papers, blog posts, or something soon. Should be interesting.
microsoft  infosys  offshoring  developers  programming  outsourcing  research  redmonkclients 
january 2007 by cote
AT&T Labs vs. Google Labs: not your grandfather's R&D
Worrying about the lack of basic, "blue sky" research in tech and America.
research  at&t  google 
july 2006 by cote
Deconstructing databases with Jim Gray
"When physical resources are involved, error handling becomes much more difficult because certain operations are not reversible. In those situations, you do the best you can in software and at a certain point, you have to involve people."
transactions  microsoft  workflow  research  soa  concurrent  gpu  chips 
may 2006 by cote
106 Miles to Chicago: Downloading all PDFs
"you know what might be interesting would be a Web service of some kind which you could send PDFs to and then it would automatically package them up for you when you are ready to download them."
redmonk  pdfs  research 
april 2006 by cote
Richard Edelman - 6 A.M.: The Farmer and the Cowman Continued-Findings from the Edelman/Technorati Study
Edelman on the Edelman/Technorati survey. Check out the last graph. I bet we can expect to see some blog-interaction from BigCo's in the next 2-9 months. Hopefully Edelman will post about such activity...
blogs  research  numbers  bloggingenterprise  pr 
november 2005 by cote
HighBeam Research free week of Access
As clocke pointed out, HighBeam is giving away a free week of access to their mega-store of full text articles. Check it out. I sure as shit am.
research  highbeam 
january 2005 by cote

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