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Build your own 180TB NAS for $US1,942.59 (plus disk)

Build your own 180TB NAS for $US1,942.59 (plus disk) | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Cloud storage outfit Backblaze again open sources designs used by Netflix and others Cloud storage company Backblaze may not quite have the cachet of the folks playing in the Open Compute Project, but that hasn't stopped the company open-sourcing ...
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Mastering Organizational Knowledge Flow: Creating a Super Water Cooler

Mastering Organizational Knowledge Flow: Creating a Super Water Cooler | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
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Global Trends 2030 - Living Through a Transformative Period

Global Trends 2030 - Living Through a Transformative Period | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
The National Intelligence Council is the center for mid- and long-term strategic thinking within the US Intelligence Community.  Every four years, it develops a Global Trends report with an approximate time horizon of fifteen years in order to...
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IW-B always provides much wisdom.

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10 Best Intranets of 2013

10 Best Intranets of 2013 | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Intranet team size has doubled, but companies do get something for this investment, including better-integrated social features and better information filtering. 70% of winners used SharePoint, but with extensive customization.
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`A strong signal of renewed attention, parse dglobally.

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How Twitter Gets In The Way Of Knowledge

How Twitter Gets In The Way Of Knowledge | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Twitter has increasingly restricted access to the largest organized database of modern language in the world, despite its immense research value. It's a tragedy.

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Pierre Levy's curator insight, January 7, 2013 12:44 PM

Twitter as a research database

luiy's curator insight, January 7, 2013 5:12 PM

TREC's tools for downloading tweets also have to allow for Twitter's strict rate-limiting. TREC attendees trying to download their dataset of 16 million tweets are subject to a maximum of 180 API calls every 15 minutes. Under those limits, it would take more than two weeks to get all 16 million tweets. Researchers trying to gather their own datasets would use Twitter's streaming APIs, which returns a real-time feed of tweets posted to Twitter, but the publicly-available API for that is limited to only a small fraction of total tweets to the service, around 1 percent. There is an API that allows all tweets to the service to be collected, the "firehose," but Twitter strongly limits access to it and charges a fee that is well outside the budget of most academic research.Gnip, Twitter's resellers for firehose access, charges $0.10 per thousand tweets. It would cost TREC, whose participants have no funding at all, $16,000 to get their 16 million tweets that way.

Patrizia Bertini's curator insight, January 8, 2013 3:31 AM

With millions of tweets transmitted every day, Twitter has become an important historical and cultural record and an immensely useful resource for researchers of politics, history, literature, language, and anything else you can imagine.

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Motion-Control Start-Up Leap Nabs $30 Million in Funding, Partners With Asus

Motion-Control Start-Up Leap Nabs $30 Million in Funding, Partners With Asus | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Leap Motion, the San Francisco-based start-up that makes impressive gesture-control technology for computers, has secured $30 million in funding. The Series B round was led by existing investor Founders Fund, as well as Highland Capital Partners.
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Big Data & Predictive Analytics: The Future of IT Management

Big Data & Predictive Analytics: The Future of IT Management | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Big Data: Big Data & Predictive Analytics: The Future of IT Management http://t.co/w2YIPb1n
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Big Data Predictive Analytics with Enterprise R - Revolution Analytics

Big Data Predictive Analytics with Enterprise R - Revolution Analytics | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Revolution Analytics provide commercial support and software for the open source R - the world's most powerful statistics software. (Revolution Analytics Garners $7,800,000 - predictive analytics accessible to every type of user & budget.
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The Semantic Sphere

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THE SEMANTIC SPHERE

Volume 1

Computation, Cognition and the Information Economy.

A philosophy of the Hypercortex...

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Good-Bye to 2012: A Look Back At The Year In Semantic Tech, Part 1 - semanticweb.com

Good-Bye to 2012: A Look Back At The Year In Semantic Tech, Part 1 - semanticweb.com | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Good-Bye to 2012: A Look Back At The Year In Semantic Tech, Part 1
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What Killed Michael Porter's Monitor Group? The One Force That Really Matters - Forbes

What Killed Michael Porter's Monitor Group? The One Force That Really Matters - Forbes | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
What Killed Michael Porter’s Monitor Group? The One Force That Really Matters
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I think this was the one of the most significant business stories of the year. It was announced right after the election, so it was washed away in that tide. But I think the fac that Porter's Famous Five Forces is literally bankrput is a signal.

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Big data’s little secret: Hadoop isn’t the end-all-be-all

Big data’s little secret: Hadoop isn’t the end-all-be-all | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Guest Post The market will evolve beyond an open source, services-driven revenue model when companies begin developing highly disruptive technologies that solve the hardest problems of big dat...
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Good to see a counter-notion arising. I say this not from ay technical affiliation, but from the perspective that Hadoop-ification could spell a turn away from innovation. 

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ICD-10 Goes Viral

Twitter users are are monitoring the changes going on for healthcare providers with the ICD-10 transition, including many social media commentators. This particular article highlights “tweeters” that merit your attention on the subject.
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Design as Learning—or “Knowledge Creation”—the SECI Model

Design as Learning—or “Knowledge Creation”—the SECI Model | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
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An instant classic.

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The substrate is immaterial

The substrate is immaterial | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
After my last post on inevitable nature of the shift of the book toward electronic formats, I revisited the data which highlights the decline in sales of e-readers. Some of this is probably competition with tablets.
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The Mathematics of "Anything Can Happen"

The Mathematics of "Anything Can Happen" | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Serious business people aren’t dreamers, they’re realists. They know the odds and bet with the smart money. The problem is that the smart money isn’t always so smart
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`Keep an eye out for the Black Swan. it's as rare as you dare to think.

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Setting a KPI course for Big Data | TechRepublic

Setting a KPI course for Big Data | TechRepublic | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Big Data can be a lot like spring cleaning. You can come across a lot of “stuff” you don’t really need, but you still have to dig in
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Census Dotmap: Every Person in the US and Canada Mapped as a Dot

Census Dotmap: Every Person in the US and Canada Mapped as a Dot | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Census Dotmap [bmander.com], developed by computational urban planner Brandon Martin-Anderson, maps every person counted by the 2010 US and 2011 Canadian censuses as a single dot.
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Microsoft snaps up Slingbox mastermind's home control biz for Xbox

Microsoft snaps up Slingbox mastermind's home control biz for Xbox | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
Lights, heating, video at push of a phone touchscreen Microsoft has slurped up small home-entertainment firm id8 Group R2 Studios to tie in with its Xbox business, according to sources.…
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IBM pm doc

I love the imagery used in this #IBM #Predictive #Maintenance document - and its a nice read too #Analytics http://t.co/pKqgnRPp
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ZEfELVfs

Industrial Internet uses physics- based analytics, predictive algorithms, automation and deep domain expertise http://t.co/ZEfELVfs
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KM for the future: strategic outlook, smooth launch

KM for the future: strategic outlook, smooth launch | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
'KM is about sharing and leveraging collective knowledge. We view it as the 'boundaryless' flow of knowledge.'....

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Pierre Levy's curator insight, December 31, 2012 12:07 PM

New trends: Flow of knowledge, risk management and predictive KM

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Buddy - Home

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My vote for most intriguing new technology vendor of the year. I described this on firt encountering it as Yahoo Pipes for Web 3.0

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Forget about fondling that slab... within 2 years, it'll fondle YOU

Forget about fondling that slab... within 2 years, it'll fondle YOU | Carrier Signal | Scoop.it
IBM predicts computers that can eat, smell, taste, hear, see IBM has released its annual predictions for the next five years of technology, including phones that sniff you for germs and actual fondling through fondleslabs.…...
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