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David Ing

David Ing

Systems scientist, business architect, marketing scientist, living in Toronto, Canada.
“Nobody sits at home and waits for the telephone to ring: Micro and hyper-coordination through the use of the mobile telephone” | Rich Ling and Birgitte Yttri (2002)
Smartphones have led to micro-coordination where meeting times and places are fluid, and hyper-coordination where in-group discussions can take place. … the mobile telephone has resulted in   new forms of interaction. … we have called …   micro coordination and hyper-coordination. These two types of “coordination” have arisen as a result of the wide scale […] - David Ing
1996/10/08 Christopher Alexander, “Patterns in Architecture”, OOPSLA ’96
Christopher Alexander’s presentation at the 1996 OOPSLA Conference was lightly edited in the 1999 article.  Watching the video and reading the text, the divergences are small until 46 minutes into 63-minutes, when the text was significantly rewritten. The digest maps the published 1999 article to the 1996 presentation on video. Alexander, Christopher. 1996. “Patterns in […] - David Ing
Open Source Initiative OSI announces new Affiliate…
“Open Source Initiative (OSI) announces new Affiliate Members” http://feedly.com/k/1mRAHgD - David Ing
Saybrook in Japan: An International Collaboration for Innovation in Applied Systems Science | Rethinking Complexity
2011/05/02 Christopher Alexander, “The Battle To Bring Life and Beauty to the Earth”, Center for New Media, University of California, Berkeley
In 2011, Christopher Alexander was 75 years old, and fighting jet lag to talk about the book to would be released in 2012.  The pace of this lecture is slow. Video posted as “Christopher Alexander Lecture at Berkeley, California” at https://www.youtube.com/watch.... This digest was created in real-time watching the recorded web video, based on the speaker’s […] - David Ing
2014/02/25 18:00 Terence Deacon, “Emergence: Why self-organization is not enough”, U. of Toronto
Abstract for Terence Deacon talk: How can living and mental “selves” exhibit properties that are so unlike the properties of the inanimate, insentient material processes that constitute them? Can an account of how order spontaneously arises from chaotic beginnings in so-called “self-organizing” processes solve these mysteries?  this talk will demonstrate how self-organizing processes work, explain […] - David Ing
Positive experience @Xerox 2nd level support Tyler on…
Positive experience @Xerox 2nd level support Tyler on 3320/DNI printer for 2 hours to diagnose problem and configure. Standard CDROM USB installation wouldn’t recognize wireless WEP key. Tyler took over Win 7 browser, mystified. Hardwired printer to Ethernet, configured via browser, still no progress. Finally in onscreen panel, went to Wireless settings, cleared all, and […] - David Ing
Family room: reducing email overload | Webber, Heffernan, Yeganeh, Estrada, Augstkains | OzCHI 2013
Boomers use e-mail, post-millennial generation doesn’t, how can they share their lives in the electronic future?  From U. Melbourne, young researchers see the problem, envisioned some future technologies and practices. Not yet even a real prototype, the abstract from preliminary research is published. This paper introduces Family Room, a cross-platform solution to address email overload […] - David Ing
Comment on “You can’t Lean In if you don’t have someone to hold you up” | Jessica Wu Ramirez | March 14, 2014 | Hallopello Blog
Jessica Wu Ramirez reflected on “Lean In” by Sherry Sandberg via “Outliers” by Malcolm Gladwell: I never fully understood the problem I had with “Lean In” until I read “Outliers.” The basic message I got from “Outliers” is that you owe your success to a million different factors (many of which are predetermined to throw you […] - David Ing
Watch “IBM Design Lab – Part 2 of 2: Factoring” on YouTube - http://daviding.wordpress.com/2014...
Pounding Simplicity into Wiki (video) |Ward Cunningham | April 15, 2013 | MountainWest RubyConf 2013 - http://daviding.wordpress.com/2014...
Dissatisfaction with Aeroplan points on Air Canada codeshare
Codesharing @AirCanada flights may not give @Aeroplan points.  Dissatisfied that brand loyalty is not recognized. First, an exchange on Twitter: David Ing ‏@daviding  Dec 21 @aeroplan Request from oniine mileage credit form won’t allow AC9091, then says LH848 coshare not eligible for points? I booked @AirCanada Aeroplan ‏@Aeroplan  Dec 23 @daviding Hi David, some fares are not eligible for […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 15:15 Perri Nejib and Dawn Beyer, “Agile Concepts for Security in SE at Lockheed”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Perri Nejib and Dawn Beyer (Lockheed Martin) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 15:15 Rick Dove, “Scrum a Dum Dum, Three Core and Some Crumb”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Rick Dove (Paradigm Shift International) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 14:00 Ralph LaBarge, “CubeSat — An Agile System Architecture”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Ralph LaBarge (John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 14:00 Hillary Sillito, “Composable Capacity for Agile Systems of Systems”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Hillary Sillito (University of Bristol) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 13:30 Richard Turner, “Balancing Agility and Discipline in the SE Process”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Richard Turner (Stevens Institute of Technology) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 11:30 “John Young: The Challenge of Reflection in Agile Development Systems”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
John Young (Red Elephant Technology), with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 11:00 Dave Alberts, “System Agility IQ”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Dave Alberts (DoD Command and Control Research Program) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 10:30 Jim Highsmith, “Agile Project Governance: The Evolution of Phase/Gate”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Jim Highsmith (Thoughtworks) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official transcript of […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 9:45 Tyson Browning, “Program Agility and Adaptability”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Tyson R. Browning (Neeley School of Business, TCU) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 9:15 Barry Boehm, “Factors Influencing Agile Project Acceleration”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Barry Boehm (USC-CSSE) with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments from the audience. The content should not be viewed as an official transcript of […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 8:45 Phyllis Marbach, “The Role of SE in Agile Software Implementation Teams”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Phyllis Marbach (Boeing), coauthors Gundars Osvalds (Praxis Engineering), Larri Rosser (Raytheon), and David Lempiach (Rockwell Collins), with the Agile Systems and SE WG commentary to improve the quality of working paper to be submitted to the July issue of INCOSE Insight This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) and comments […] - David Ing
2014/01/27 8:25 Rick Dove, “Review Process”, Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group
Rick Dove (Paradigm Shift International) leading session for Agile Systems and Systems Engineering Working Group Purpose of session is to for authors to quickly overview articles, then attendees to provide review feedback to revised content in anticipation of July issue of INCOSE Insight. This digest was created in real-time during the meeting, based on the speaker’s presentation(s) […] - David Ing
Optimism, Information, and Optimal Disinformation | Gigi Foster and Paul Frijters | July 26, 2012 | U. of New South Wales
Most followers may prefer to be lied to, but is the leader self-deluded? Gigi Foster and @FrijtersPaul are behavioral economists with research on “Optimal Disinformation”. 4.2 Predictions We fi nd that 77 percent of respondents prefer to be fed an optimistic version of the future when the future outcome is actually going to be bad (in other words, they […] - David Ing
International Symposium on Service Systems Science 2014 | Feb. 24, 2013 | Tokyo Institute of Technology
Towards Center-of-Innovation Creating Advanced ICT for Smart Society Venue:  Big Auditorium, 1st Floor, CIC Building, Tamachi Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology February 24, 2014, 9:30-17:00   Morning Session organized by Tokyo Tech. COI-T Program supported by Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Afternoon Session organized by Center for Agent-based Social Systems Science (CABSSS), Tokyo Tech […] - David Ing
From Mint 16 Petra Mate Edition to Ubuntu 13.10 with Mate Desktop Environment
Replaced @Linux_Mint 16 Mate Edition with @Ubuntu 13.10 plus @Mate_Desktop to replicate the feel of Ubuntu 12.04 @Gnome Fallback, since discontinued in favour of Gnome Flashback (based on Gnome 3 Shell).  Before that, I first tried superseding Ubuntu 12.04 with Ubuntu Gnome 13.10. I’m used to having the Window List at the top of the […] - David Ing
“For Your Eyes Only” music and main title production (1981) - http://daviding.wordpress.com/2013...
Interview with Pat Metheny | Bob Barker | April 24, 2013 | jazz.fm91 - http://daviding.wordpress.com/2013...
Anti-guru of joined-up management | Feb. 8, 2007 | Telegraph
Russell Ackoff saw disciples produced by gurus as different from learners produced by educators. “A guru produces disciples, and a discipline, and a doctrine,” he says. “If you are a follower of a guru, you don’t go beyond his thoughts, you accept his thoughts. He gives you the questions and the answers – it’s an […] - David Ing
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