Monthly Archives: July 2012

Computer Scientists discover nature’s tendency to produce modular systems

Hod Lipson and team at Cornell University have used simulation and genetic algorithms to prove that modular systems evolve naturally as soon as the cost of maintaining the interconnectedness of the system is taken into account (in addition to the … Continue reading

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GM reverses its outsourcing strategy to insourcing

GM reverses its outsourcing strategy to insourcing A very interesting and bold move by GM: taking back control of its IT: systems, operations and development, which has long been outsourced to third parties. It’s going to be interesting to see … Continue reading

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Robert X Cringely on modern corporate America

A while ago Mr Cringely wrote on IBM and its relentless pursuit of financial targets. This time Cringely extends his perspectives on modern corporate America.

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