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Is this the kitchen of the future?

Most companies are connecting the kitchen in isolation via individual tools, but a better approach is to view cooking like an business process that needs data from the supply chain to the finished product. Read more ...

via Gigaom
29 Jul 2014

The Bloomberg Media digital way: talent, talent, talent

Bloomberg LP seems to have it all: a lucrative financial terminal business, a wire service and a series of media properties that span television, radio and print. One thing it doesn’t have? A Web-friendly, mainstream digital presence. For Bloomberg Media CEO Justin Smith, turning that around requires more than just building digital-first properti [...] Read more ...

via Digiday
29 Jul 2014

Digital Supply Chain (In)Security

As networks grow in size to a global scale, we have to take a moment to think about the reality that we are exposing our flank. The security of the digital supply chain is an issue that has arisen due to the interconnected nature of companies and their suppliers online. Last [...] [...] Read more ...

via Forbes
29 Jul 2014

How Teens Are Really Using Social Media

A lot of kids are using social media these days, and even if that isn’t surprising to you, it may be surprising to you just how many of them are using it and just how much. Leveraging these popular social media tools in the classroom is a no-brainer: everything from Twitter and Facebook all the … [...] Read more ...

via Edudemic
29 Jul 2014

Social Media Won't Fix Your Broken Customer Service

I’ve spent a lot of time working with globally recognized organizations to strengthen and refocus their customer service offerings. I’ve also spent a lot of time as a customer and have observed glaring holes in the process businesses have designed to handle customer issues. Social media, in particular, has done much [...] [...] Read more ...

via Forbes
29 Jul 2014

#MuckedUp chat Tuesday: USAToday's social media revolution

At USA Today, there’s a social revolution at work in the newsroom. On Tuesdays, reporters write shareworthy articles with Facebook and Twitter communities in mind. And that’s just the beginning. Staff also compete daily to see whose headline gets the most shares or who can attract the most followers, as [...] Read more ...

via Muckrack
29 Jul 2014

Wide-eyed lemurs on the web

Fifty years of data, from the lives of nearly 4,000 endangered primates at the Duke Lemur Centre in North Carolina, have been transferred from ageing paper records into a public, online database [...] Read more ...

via Bbc
29 Jul 2014