Stephen E. Arnold: IBM & Twitter?

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Stephen E. Arnold

Stephen E. Arnold

Partnership Between Twitter and IBM Showing Results

The article on TechWorld titled IBM Boosts BlueMix and Watson Analytics with Twitter Integration investigates the fruits of the partnership between IBM and Twitter, which began in 2014. IBM Bluemix now has Twitter available as one the services available in the cloud based developer environment. Watson Analytics will also be integrated with Twitter for the creation of visualizations. Developers will be able to grab data from Twitter for better insights into patterns and relationships.  Read more.

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Mar 28

Mini-Me: Stephen Slick on NCTC Lessons for CTIIC

Who?  Mini-Me?

Who? Mini-Me?

Steven Slick is former NSC Senior Director for Intelligence Programs and Reform at the White House (2005-2009).

The Intelligence Studies Essay #1: Steve Slick on Lessons that NCTC Holds for CTIIC

CTIIC: Learning from the Choices and Challenges that Shaped the National Counterterrorism Center

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Mar 8

Sepp Hasslberger: Google Big Brother “Truth”

Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp Hasslberger

Google can, to a large extent, determine what you get to see on the internet, if you use the search engine. Search results have long been slanted to favour government and certain other sites and commercial interests (Google’s advertising customers). But now there will be a new slant to Google ranking. Does the site pass the official consensus test, does it conform what the “authorities” say?

Breaking: Google gives new meaning to “Orwellian”

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Mar 5

Stephen E. Arnold: IBM’s New Multi-Billion Baloney

Stephen E. Arnold

Stephen E. Arnold

IBM: Think Big, Harder, Slower

I read “IBM Says Cloud, Mobile, and Data Businesses Will Reach $40 Billion by 2018.” The write up reports that IBM has some “strategic imperative.” I assumed that sustainable revenue growth and healthy profits were important. Well, maybe.

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Mar 1