2201-16

Google Map Mashups; NAVTEQ podcast interview

Google Maps is a great example of what can happen when you let users “under the hood” and let them decide for themselves how they want to make use of your information. It was really ...
Connect Planet Earth

“Ten Minute Madness: Social Software and Libraries”

Send in the clowns. Here they are — slides from one of the craziest conference presentations I’ve ever done (we actually billed it as “performance art” rather than as a typical ...
2201-6

The Internet – Enhancing Work & Play

Lee Rainie from Pew Internet gave a really interesting keynote this morning. So many great studies and stats come out of Pew that the quality of his presentation was hardly surprising. ...
2201-15

Mashup services: More potato than meets the eye

The idea of service “mashups” really resonates with me. We’ve all seen some pretty wild and incredible examples of what happens when creative people meld different services together. Something ...
2201-5

The Future of Catalogs

Having found a seat near an electrical plugin, I’m able to once again take some notes. I’m just waiting for the session to start. This will be the first I’ve heard Andrew (and ...
1901-4

Federated Identity for Medical Records/Health IT

Currently, there are many disparate systems in use for managing, updating and maintaining patient health records and medical/health IT. When patients are mobile, when they move from ...