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Mark Underwood
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Attended University of Arizona, Claremont University, Auburn University
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WordPress Sites: Why your little, lightly trafficked site may still be worth hacking.
Post by Simba Hosting, UK (13 March 2015)  Self-serving?  Yes, this post by Simba Hosting is a bit predictable for a firm that sells backup software, but it deserves a wider read. Statistics are not readily available, but it...
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Traffic goals and its impact on the professional writer -- from a Forbes blogger.
Forbes Blogger Susannah Breslin (2011) Forbes is a marquis web property. Being a blogger there would, presumably, be a significant boost for a small business. But before embarking down that road, you might want to see how Fo...
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Podcatching recipe for Mediamonkey 
The popular and mature freemium app MediaMonkey was designed to manage and play back podcasts (i.e., "podcatch") as well as other audio formats. Doing so may require the use of iTunes if you can't find the RSS feed originally...
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You are Number 31: Managing Call Center Chat Capacity
Chat can be an efficient channel to handle a customer service problem. But call center managers should probably not offer them when there is no capacity for handling anticipated volume. This recent experience on the New York Verizon queue shows what can hap...
Chat can be an efficient channel to handle a customer service problem. But call center managers should probably not offer them when there is no capacity for handling anticipated volume. This recent experience on the New York ...
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The Flip phone: from commercial success to B-school case study
Flip phone (Credit: Sean Davis | Flickr} It's great news for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and early start-up employees. Not so great for customers.  Wikipedia tracks many of them. One I was particularly fond of was Me...
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The theme of this year's Ontology Summit is Internet of Things: Toward Smart Networked Systems and Societies and over the next three months, we will explore how ontologies can play a significant role in the realization of smart networked systems and societies in the Internet of Things.
 
The theme of this year's Ontology Summit is
Internet of Things: Toward Smart Networked Systems and Societies
and over the next three months, we will explore how ontologies can play
a significant role in the realization of smart networked systems and
societies in the Internet of Things.

You are cordially invited to our next session today
Thursday March 12 on the topic
Ontology Integration in the Internet of Things

The session is co-championed by Leo Obrst and Ram Sriram.
Speakers include Eswaran Subrahmanian, and Krzysztof Janowicz.

* Date: Thursday, 12-Mar-2015

* Start-time: 9:30am PST / 12:30pm EST / 6:30pm CEST / 5:30pm BST / 1730 UTC
** world clock:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20150305T1230&p1=179

** Duration: ~2.0 hours

All other details can be found at

http://ontolog-02.cim3.net/wiki/ConferenceCall_2015_03_12

and the main Ontology Summit page at
http://ontolog-02.cim3.net/wiki/OntologySummit2015

- Michael Gruninger and Mark Underwood
Chairs, Ontology Summit 2015
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Technical Error, No ETA but Check Twitter
Screenshot from SocialOomph A technical outage of some kind. ErrorProcessing says: (1) No ETA; (2) No suggested workarounds; (3) No links to help pages or status pages.
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Well sung, as with Atkins' other work, but the occasional inventive chord changes truly make this song
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Occupation
Knowledge Engineer, Software Engr, sometime Musician, Writer
Skills
Big Data Security, Intranets, Transparency, Enterprise Narratology, Knowledge Engineering
Employment
  • Krypton Brothers
    Knowledge Engineer, Software Engr, sometime Musician, Writer, 2010 - present
  • OTR Global
    Reporter, 9 - 2014
    Interview and analyze street view ("Off The Record") of software and computer security products for institutional investors.
  • Infinity Drain
    CIO, 2012 - 2013
  • TransitCenter
    Mgr Business Intelligence, 2011 - 2012
  • Applied Visions
    Sr Systems Analyst, 2005 - 2010
  • Petro / StarGas Partners
    Webmaster, 2003 - 2005
  • Context Machines
    Consulting Knowledge Engr, 1990 - 2002
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Currently
NYC Greater Metro
Previously
Tucson - Phoenix - San Diego - Long Beach - Van Nuys - Encinitas - Leucadia
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PAST CUSTOMERS / CONSULTING ENGAGEMENTS / PROJECTS
Estee Lauder, Martha Stewart Living, Universal Propulsion (Goodrich Aerospace) Honda R&D, Qualcomm, Lynaslogic, Visual Data Group, Truck Stops of America, DARPA (Phase 1 SBIR), Dover Industries, HK Systems (Harnischfeger Engineers), Rohr Marine Inc (RMI), AT&T Federal Systems Division, Ultrasystems, AECOM (Earth Technology | Ertec), Arizona Regional Medical Program,Taliaferro & Browne Inc, Inter-Tel, Nielsen (Homescan), Manitoba Research Council, Chippendale's (Los Angeles HQ), WageWorks TransitCenter, Infinity Drain
Bragging rights
Can claim DARPA and Chippendale's as past customers
Education
  • University of Arizona, Claremont University, Auburn University
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I've been a customer since the late 90's and Sandra (and her staff) is superb. I do not give out 5-star ratings readily, but she's achieved results for me that exceed what I got from salons in Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix and Long Island over the years. She recently moved into a newer facility that's quite a pleasant place to shave a year or two off your appearance. The place is bilingual (Spanish) - well-suited for this locale.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Our problem turned out to be messy, fairly complex, longstanding and urgent to have fixed. The chimney cap had come loose during Sandy. More than one squirrel had taken up lodging inside the chimney, resulting in a very hard-to-dislodge, dense nest. Last, a new liner was needed, but some of the tiles were loose, making that installation difficult. This was a three-person task. Yes, theoretically DIY, but only for the bravest, most patient and cautious among that crowd. Allied was working another job nearby and arrived on the scene within 90 minutes. The job was complete within two hours without any interruption in heating service. The fee reflects the amount of work, so homeowners with all three issues should be prepared accordingly. On the other hand, due to risks of animal intrusion and carbon monoxide poisoning (our chimney was seriously blocked) a trustworthy service provider is what the doctor ordered. I would like to have added airline miles by using a credit card to pay, but if that's my only complaint, I consider this a successful conclusion to a vexing problem. Recommended.
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A local converted movie theatre with a well-curated schedule of artists. The sound system is very good for this venue, artists are generally happy to play here, drinks are available, and the former film seating design is steep -- ensuring that everyone has an excellent stage view. This is a community-supported arts venue, not a dance hall, the sort any local community would be proud to host. Don't expect, and you shouldn't desire, to be catered to like at Radio City or the Beacon. Best: it's affordable, so you can also take advantage of some nice local eateries nearby to make it a pleasant night out.
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