Archive for May, 2010

The Unfinished Conversation Concept in Maemo 5 (posted by Fabien Villard)

Maemo 5 Maemo is the framework used in Nokia Internet tablets since the N770, and today in the N900 phone which combines a cellular phone and an Internet tablet. Though I’m very found of this little thing that starts to look like the Star Trek communicator I wanted when I was a kid (except for [...]

About Sir Ken Robinson talk “Bring on the learning revolution!” (posted by Fabien Villard)

An amazing, and funny, TED talk from Feb 2010 “Innovation is hard because it means doing something that people don’t find very easy for the most part. It means challenging what we take for granted, things that we think are obvious. The great problem for reform or transformation is the tirany of common sense. [...] [...]

PxFAQ: How Can I Contribute? (posted by Fabien Villard)

I remind you all that Praxeme is an Open Initiative and ***needs you***. You can contribute in a number of ways: Take a responsibility in one of the domains Praxeme is lacking material, and either produce material or manage a work-group to produce it. This activity requires to have a rather good understanding of the [...]

Wiki: a powerful tool for scoping aspect (posted by Fabien Villard)

See notes at the end of the post Scoping The scoping aspect (also known as politics aspect) is the pre-modeling concern before real modeling efforts of the upstream aspects (semantic, pragmatic and geographic). This is where we gather all raw material from very diverse sources including (but not limited to) enterprise and business strategies, business [...]