from lab book August 2006 Project Summary Our assignment was to find a perceptron application on-line and to train and test it. The difficulty of finding an up-to-date Linux application that enabled the user to use a data set proved to be an exhausting task. I found a multitude of applications that explained and demonstrated […]
Most end users are trying to solve problems, automate a business process, write a letter, email a family member or play a game. They use the Windows operating system because it is already installed when purchased their computer. Most end users hear about other operating systems but give no thought to it if they are […]
from lab book November 2006 Project Summary Our assignment was to create an application that would take multiple inputs, and for it to be trained and tested. This design is much more complicated than the previous assignment due to the number of variables used to produce the results. Utilizing my previous art, I proposed to […]
Fedora, FUD, and The Answers to Everything Frederick, MD April 7, 2006 – This author took a two hour plane ride to Boston International Airport and a 15 min cab ride to the Buckminster Fuller Hotel – the Hotel was named after the late R. Buckminster Fuller; inventor, architect, engineer, mathematician, poet and cosmologist. I […]
Businesses fail at an astounding rate each year. In recent years, the high cost of corporate corruption and fraud has become apparent. The constant search for skilled employees and reliable partners can be a significant impediment to a business’ success. The high cost of health insurance, liability insurance, and workers’ compensation, and complying with the […]
By Tina Gasperson on July 31, 2001 from: cio.com Windows is often the most intuitive choice from the CIO’s perspective. Just like in the old days, when “nobody ever got fired for buying IBM,” Microsoft is safe, at least from the stockholder’s perspective. “That’s what we’ve always used, and it works” is a phrase you’re […]
By Tina Gasperson on August 03, 2007 from Linux.com The Open Business Foundation (OBF) operates on two premises: that the open source development community makes good business sense, and that small businesses can be more successful if they band together with each other to share resources of all kinds.
By Tina Gasperson on August 03, 2007 (9:00:00 PM) The Open Business Foundation (OBF) operates on two premises: that the open source development community makes good business sense, and that small businesses can be more successful if they band together with each other to share resources of all kinds. OBF’s founder Robert Whetsel, the owner […]