These are my del.icio.us links for January 5th:
- Online Banking Security is still a Pain and Friend Data Breaches – Cote’s take is interesting coming as it does from someone who has direct experience of dealing with banking security.
- 5 unbelievably cool research facilities – Stuff like this makes my jaw drop because it seems that sometimes at least, man’s ingenuity knows no bounds. The pics are extraordinary.
- Creating a Librarianâ€™s Info-Portal with Netvibes and RSS – This has given me a really cool idea. Later
- OK SAPpers, who wants to be a Twit(terer)? – Ok – so this a bit of personal pimping. The discussion so far has been terrific with lots of great thoughts coming from the SAP community.
- Those Hulking Media Failures – 2008 is going to be an interesting year on many fronts. This is one of them.
- Rough Type: Nicholas Carr’s Blog: Scoble: freedom fighter or data thief? – I get pretty how under the collar when I see stuff like this going on. For once (and it isn’t often) I’m with Nick Carr on this. I’d go further, Scoble behaved like a digital bully and should be ashamed of himself. Facebook is NOT his business.
- Data Mining: Text Mining, Visualization and Social Media: Chris Anderson: Free, but at what Cost? – Hmm…free? But is it?
- Redmond | Feature Article: Google’s Secret Weapon – Holy crap – you gotta read this!
- The Best Equity is Sweat Equity – Listening to Mark Cuban is nearly always worthwhile. This post provides invaluable insights