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With all the d-day celebrations we should remember that d-day was a necessity and it was heroic, but we should never forget that there is more than heroism to war. Here is a song to remind us http://youtu.be/uvPtkzdbv90
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I have listened to a few of the early talks by Simon on this topic and found them intriguing then. I would agree that this seems to be a persistent pattern. 
For a long time, I've been using maps of industries, businesses and systems to determine gameplay, management, learning of economic forces and how to manipulate markets. The map has two axis - one of value chain (which repres...
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This is the coolest move in IT space lately. +IBM is ebmracing the high tech community and should get more credit for that. 
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This goes right along with the great essay "News is for the brain what sugar is for the body".
Make up your own mind. 
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Lame excuses. If you need money to make sure your staff can get basic healthcare you have done some serious exploitation so far. And as an entrepreneur I can say from my own experience that staff with good healthcare is more healthy thus works more. Fear is just such a bad driver for good performance, I always wonder why this is not obvious to many managers. 
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Dem ist nichts mehr hinzuzufügen!
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Recht neutral dargestellt... Ein Thema mit dem man sich beschäftigen muss. Was tun wir denn in Zukunft so? 
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Nicht erst seit dem 20. Jahrhundert delegiert der technische Fortschritt immer wieder Aufgaben, die ursprünglich von Menschen erledigt wurden, an Maschinen. Ein frühes Beispiel: der mechanische Webstuhl. Die zunehmende Digitalisierung und Automatisierung gibt heute Anlass zur Annahme, dass schon in wenigen Jahren viele Berufe gänzlich wegfallen könnten. Carl Benedikt Frey und Michael Osborne von der Oxford University haben analysiert, welche das ...
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Guter Artikel zu einem Thema, das mich schon seit längerem beschäftigt. Eine Lösung ist sicherlich nur dann möglich, wenn unter anderem menschliche Arbeit weniger und kapitalgebundene Arbeit höher besteuert wird.
Zudem ist in einem solchen Szenario das bedingungslose Grundeinkommen ernsthaft zu diskutieren. Wenn die Hälfte der Jobs wegfallen, kann der Rest den Sozialstaat nicht finanzieren. Das sind nur ein paar Gedanken, die mir spontan dazu einfallen.
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I have just completed my registration for #DLD  mexz week in Munich. Looking forward to a great conference. 
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Klasse Zusammenfassung. Danke +René Büst 
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transparency does not always help, but I think it is the only way now. What good is security, if there is no trust in the ones who are secured? 
This morning we sent the following letter to the offices of the Attorney General and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Read the full text below. -Ed. Dear Attorney General Holder and Director Mueller Google has worked trem...
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My slides and talk from #howtoweb  on Big Data and APIs. Any feedback? 
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Board member of arago AG. One of three founding members of the Frankfurt, Germany-based arago Institut für komplexes Daten-management AG. Author of many academic and business publications, focusing on automation in IT operations as well as information modeling, IT security and sourcing solutions. Recent winner of the John F. Kennedy National Leadership Award awarded by the Economic Forum Deutschland for exceptional achievements in the IT sector. Studied computer sciences at ETH Zürich and the Technical University Darmstadt. R&D efforts are focused on distributed computing (graph theory) and rule engines (deductive logic).
Both approaches are consistent with the notion of the network being a global area for computation and storage. Similarly they deal with the problem of ever growing information flows and with the desire to find intuitive ways of allowing businesses and their users to be in control of information and knowledge.
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