Benjamin Franklin once said: “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
At the SAP Design & Co-Innovation Center (DCC) at SAP we frequently organize the so-called “Method Mondays”, a regular one-hour meeting series in which the team members share, practice, and test different methods.
In this article I would like to share the 5 methods with you that work best for us – it’s worth trying!...
“Got an HDMI port handy? Sure, you could plug in a Chromecast, Fire TV Stick or Roku Streaming Stick to get your Netflix fix. Or you could pay $150 to get a full Windows 8.1 PC in the same form factor.”
Via Tiaan Jonker
The uproar over Samsung's "eavesdropping" SmartTV last week reveals a potentially invasive type of factory preset — one that consumer and privacy advocates worry gets too easily lost in the fine print.
Darlene Clapham K12's insight:
As the Internet of Things (IOT) becomes more and more prevalent in our lives, it is critical to uncover all the privacy settings in your mobile devices, applications, entertainment equipment and appliances. The first step to take when any device is connected to the internet is to explore the privacy and security settings. If you are not comfortable sharing the information with the Vendor, turn off the access.
“ I never thought I’d describe a chart as ‘cute,’ but Google just added some neat new functionality to its spreadsheet software – you can now add miniature charts, called sparklines, into…”
Via Jeanne Munoz
You can imagine the scenario, you’ve got a Google Form perhaps setup as a booking form and a select option for picking timeslots. As the slots fill up you’d like the option to be removed. I was surprised not to find an example of this so here is a rough sketch of some code that might do the job.
“Cleantech-as-a-service was the theme at the Cleantech Forum San Francisco 2015, with experts weighing in on the importance of the cloud, big data, and IoT in driving adoption of renewable energy.”
“ Whether you're a student, educator, executive or a scientist, Google offers online services and products that help everyone remain as productive as possible.”
Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa) , Gareth Morgan
“ A few months ago I wrote a post called, A Simple Explanation Of The Internet Of Things where I tried to provide some clarity around what this new connected world means for all of us. In the article I mentioned some of the driving forces behind this. "Broadband Internet is become more [...]”
Via Beth Dichter, Paul
Considering the scandalous lack of women entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, and the debased treatment some receive in the industry, it can be hard to remember that women helped form the backbone of computing when it mattered most.
Via Becky Roehrs
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