How do you acquire top talent and keep them happy in the world of Academic Computing? David Hinson lays out the process based on his experience as a CIO.
Posts By: Tim Lepczyk
Let’s pretend for a moment that money was not part of this conversation.
Hi, I’m a statistic. I’m one of the many people who sign up for a MOOC, in this case, Introduction to Game Design, offered through EdX and then quit. I love learning, but it’s time to admit that MOOCs are seriously boring.
You’ve been known to move. Perhaps you shake. You’re emerging. Just about there. So close. So soon.
Farkas wades through Joe Murray’s defamation lawsuit against Lisa Rabey and nina de jesus.
The image was there for all to see. It proliferated online and through Twitter. There was a man, a teenager, face down in the road. There, in the median, lay Michael Brown. He’d been shot hours earlier.
How do you write well? Start by committing a crime. Start by killing the topic sentence.
This may be old news, but it’s still cool. The British Library has over 1 million images on Flickr that you can use, remix, and do whatever with.
What are some services and/or products you’d like to start or experiment with? How do you envision them serving your users? And, finally, how might you get there?
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