Yet another incident emphasizing the need to get E-911 infrastructure in place.
The LANL blog continues to be outspoken about problems at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico and is garnering a lot of attention:
Jeopardy champion, Ken Jennings, will be the keynote speaker at the annual meeting of UITA on March 31st. The title of his speech: Nothing is Trivial in the Information Age.
Utah State University's Space Dynamics Lab and NIST just signed an agreement on steering the development of optical sensors. This kind of technology is critical for projects like GEOSS.
The USDA just introduced its new Soybean Rust portal. For some, this new specialty portal has been eagerly awaited.
Texas unveiled a new business portal and a "living" portal this week.
The UK has a new centralized planning portal intended to be a one-stop center for all planning information and services in England and Wales. That seems like a very ambitious undertaking. I wonder if it could be done for Utah.
Autonomy was recently selected to provide intelligent portal services for the Instituto Mexicano de Petroleo. I'm interested because we have been doing some work with Autonomy.
I just discovered that Google has a very cool definition feature. Just enter define: <subject> and you'll get a list of definitions found on the web for whatever subject you're interested in. Like this. Speaking of Google, I recommend you try Picasa if you've got a lot of images that you're trying to manage.
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