Okay, sorry about that title…it is an actual quote from a History Channel documentary on, well, the universe. I nearly spat out my cool beverage with laughter when I heard it the first time and have really wanted to share it since then. I have yet to finish watching that series on the huge DVD…
Co-sourcing in software development offshoring: A case study of risk perception and alleviationResearch - peer-review › Article in proceedingBjarne Rerup SchlichterJohn Stouby PerssonDepartment of Computer ScienceResearch Centre for Socio-Interactive DesignInformation Systems View graph of relations Software development projects are increasingly geographical distributed with offshoring, which introduce complex risks that can lead to project failure. Co-sourcing is a highly
Finding a postdoc isn’t easy. In fact, it’s probably the number 2 or 3 search term that brings people to The Lab and Field. As much as I might lament the postdoc experience, it can also be a very rewarding part … Continue reading →
We posted our iPad Mini with Retina Display (hereinafter to be called Retina Mini) review video last week, but I wanted to share more thoughts about what I've noticed from using it, since I've been using an iPad Air as well. To reiterate what we said in the video, I don't think any normal person should buy both an iPad Air and Retina Mini, especially if they already own an iPad 3 or 4. I'm in a unique position to be in possession of both for the purposes of testing, and the can tell you upfront
The latest entry on the Rising Star Expedition blog is a link to the National Geographic Weekend radio show, in which Lee Berger tells the story of the discovery from beginning to end. "A Voice From the Cave: Lee Berger on the NG Weekend Radio Show"
Over the course of the three-week-long Rising Star Expedition in November, Lee Berger posted individual updates by the minute on Twitter, and we had blog posts and videos almost daily, revealing chapters of the story right as they happened.