computer users move themselves with the mind

electrode cap allows users to think themselves along a virtual street.
Computer scientists have created a hat that can read your thoughts. It allows you to stroll down a virtual street. All you have to do is think about walking.
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i costi nascosti delle tecnologie

Basex' report "The Cost of Not Paying Attention: How Interruptions Impact Knowledge Worker Productivity" is the first in-depth look at a problem that causes 28 billion lost man-hours per annum in the United States.


wiki e blog alla CIA

Andrus, D. Calvin, "The Wiki and the Blog: Toward a Complex Adaptive Intelligence Community". Studies in Intelligence, September 2005


le 50 ricerche più frequenti su Lycos negli ultimi 10 anni

September 21, 2005

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The Lycos 50 - Tracking pop culture, one search at a time.
Yesterday we revealed the top 50 searches for the past decade. (In honor of the 10- year birthday of Lycos, we have spent our vacation with a calculator in hand as we tallied up the most popular search terms for the past decade.)


eGovernment: 2005 EC Communication on eAccessibility

Appena pubblicata: Communication to the Council, the European Parliament, the Economic and Social Committee, and the Committee of Regions, regarding eAccessibility, adopted on 13 September 2005.


google nei blog

in versione beta, la ricerca tra i blog offerta da google:
blogsearch.google.com (Google-style interface)
search.blogger.com (Blogger-style interface)


eLearning and Hurricane Katrina

come si può aiutare con l'eLearning nel dopo uragano:

ecco un elenco di risorse utili


un ottimo backlink analyzer


offre anche una vista interessante (e un po' sconcertante) sui risultati del comando [link:www.yourdomain.com] in google, che presenta solo alcune delle pagine indicizzate in questo motore che hanno un link verso il sito richiesto:

eGovernment from a managerial point of view

a Report by the European Institute for Public Administration (EIPA):
"Organisational Changes, Skills and the Role of Leadership required by eGovernment"


journalists, blogs, and much more

"Eleventh Annual Euro RSCG Magnet and Columbia University Survey of the Media Finds More than Half of Journalists Use Blogs Despite Being Unconvinced of their Credibility
New York, NY, June 20, 2005 – As journalists continue to grapple with increasing public concern over longstanding reporting practices and growing skepticism about media credibility, the rise of Weblogs is also forcing them to address a host of new questions and pressures resulting from the proliferation of this new media channel. According to the most recent findings of the 11th Annual Euro RSCG Magnet Survey of the Media, done in partnership with Columbia University, the majority of journalists are using blogs to do their work, despite the fact that only 1% believe blogs are credible.
Interestingly it is the journalists—not their readers—that are turning to blogs in record numbers. While the Euro RSCG Magnet study shows that more than half (51%) of journalists use Weblogs regularly—with 28% relying on them for day-to-day reporting, a recent study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project Survey showed that just 11% of the U.S. population reads blogs." ...
see the complete abstract and how to receive the full report, which is now available