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Semantic Web Software Components

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Here is an announcement from IBM on SLRP (Semantic Layered Research Platform). The blog post describes various open source tools that make up SLRP. The Semantic Layered Research Platform (SLRP, pronounced slurp) is the collective name for the family of software components produced by the IBM Advanced Technology group to utilize semantics throughout the application […]

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Talent Crisis?

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A report from Deloitte discusses the upcoming talent crisis and some measures to combat it. Within the next five to ten years, an alarming number of Baby Boomers are set to retire from both the private and public sectors. At the same time, it is anticipated that there will be fewer graduates with the right […]

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How People Learn

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This is an interesting subject. As I research more, I will post the resources and add some commentary. First, a few observations about Learning itself, from How People Learn: Learning occurs in context Learning is active Learning is social Learning is reflective A really great report about Talent crisis by Deloitte has a excerpt from […]

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Innovations In Cyberinfrastructure

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NSF Chief Urges Colleges to Build Better High-Speed Networking Tools American colleges and universities should quickly build a better set of shared high-speed networking tools and protocols for research if the United States is to maintain leadership in technology and higher education, said Arden L. Bement Jr., director of the National Science Foundation, in a […]

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Implementing an Innovation Process

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I came across this nice blog on Innovation Process Framework, by Jeffrey Philips (via Innovation Weblog) . The blog is a nice read and tries to outline a framework for Repeatable Innovation. Towards the end Jeffrey appeals to the readers to provide feedback. If you care to, please comment or provide your feedback. I think […]