The Monument – for Veteran’s Day

New story from Nick Hallum today — “The Monument” — a strange little interlude excerpted from the forthcoming novel “Wilderness of Mirrors.” After 9-11, the NSA sends Peter Fisher to the Iraqi desert with a Stryker brigade to investigate a strange phenomenon that may turn the tide of the battle to free Iraq. In the horrific aftermath of his secret mission, Peter recalls his youthful collaboration with powers he barely understands and that influence his life for decades to come. Read THE MONUMENT here >>  Please like &...

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Intel Cloud Services – featuring Ned Hayes

Intel recently posted a new video of me, explaining the Intel Cloud Services Platform: Context Awareness, Predictive Analytics, Recommendations, Curation, Catalog I am the lead product strategist for our predictive intelligence and recommendation engine services provided by the Cloud Services Platform. Together, our team is building an identity-based, many-device, multi-OS, multi-CPU-architecture, client-aware, cloud-services platform. My work is to develop use cases, manage product strategy, lead a cross-functional team and deliver cloud services to build out the Cloud Services Platform for Intel and for 800,000 developer customers. Looking forward to the future of Intel’s work in cloud services this year! Please like &...

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Post-Humanity and Terminator

I’ve had some fun recently watching and reading about the Terminator series. It’s not a bad attempt to bring a large SF franchise into the more constrained world of TV, and there’sconsiderable fan momentum If you were creating an artificial lifeform from the ground-up, what kinds of elements would you use? First, in any kind of hostile environment, it would be wise to create an internal skeleton made of a matrix of some sort of highly flexible yet very strong metal. A network that would carry materials to re-build and upgrade internal systems — the best way of communicating would be through a chemical/electrical metallic soup of individually independent systems — little nano-like magnetized iron particles, each of which would contain...

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PARC – New Context Aware App (featuring Ned Hayes)

At the renowned PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), I’ve been instrumental in creating the Meshin context-aware communications platform and mobile apps for Android and iPhone. Meshin analyzes communications in real-time and provides insight into your activity with a new user experience on Android and iPhone. Recent videos about my work on PARC’s Meshin project below: Vulca Please like &...

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Mobilize – Gigaom Conference Sponsor

At PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), I’ve been instrumental in creating the Meshin platform and mobile app. Meshin analyzes communications in real-time and provides insight into your activity with a new user experience on Android and iPhone. Here’s a recent video from the Mobilize 2011 conference: About Mobilize Conference The cultural, social and business necessities of being connected everywhere have inspired designers and technologists to build new products and create new markets. Never before have we stood at such a precipice of technological innovation with nearly endless potential at every level for new opportunity ranging from hardware, software and services. Mobile Big Data We give you a clear insight into what’s behind the most exciting products...

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