Al Erisman goes over the main points in the current issue.
Readers comment on tailored internet pricing, recent Ethix conversations, and empowerment in the work place.
Al Erisman asserts that supercomputing offers a window on an exciting new world that will impact all computing and, hence, all users of computers.
PC Stolen From Boeing Packed With Employees’ Personal Data
The Seattle Times, November 19, 2005
Cray Co-Founder Leaves for Position at Microsoft
The Seattle Times, November 26, 2005, article by David Bowermaster
The Ethical Climate
Boeing Frontiers, December 2005/January 2006
Fraud Cases Tied to Hurricane Aid Now Exceed 1,000
The Wall Street Journal, December 7, 2005
Google Concerns Privacy Crowd
USA Today, December 8, 2005
How Corporate Scandals Gave Tech Firms a New Business Line
The Wall Street Journal, December 9, 2005
David Mashburn asks, “What makes a person happier — seeking fulfillment through self-expression and self-promotion, or contributing to something greater than one’s self?”
How do you manage employment options when you have signed an employee agreement with onerous restrictions on what you can do when you leave a company?