On the use and abuse of Technology and its Management from the perspective of an academic at UCL specialising in Project Management, Systems Engineering and Space Science/Technology.

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Link roundup

  • Hilarious analogy by Richard Stallman between software and literature that shoots a torpedo at software patents.

  • How management should be done:
    There were no complicated negotiations between Worthy Farm and the Jaxx camp, adds Buxton. "They said: 'Do you want to move up the bill?' and we said: 'Yeah'."

  • What is Learning? by Albert Ip. That's a nice taxonomy you got there, Albert. Does it actually run?

  • Interesting blog on, er, blogging. Specifically productive blogging ideas for all sorts of professions. Comes from James Farmer, who's been promoting innovative tools in education for a while, and has now branched into the so-called professional world.

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