Wednesday, January 31, 2007
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Our goal: To provide children around the world with new opportunities to explore, experiment and express themselves. read more
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Monday, January 15, 2007
The program was developed by Raz Hypherman of Bezeq (the largest Israeli Telco), Gadi Ariav (Tel Aviv University) and Yesha Sivan (Afeka College).
We got good feedback re the conference from many people. Thanks you.
I am adding the presentations here as I get them
The Enterprise 2.0 (English)– Web 2.0 – Dr. Yesha Sivan, Afeka College
Why is this important – Ranit Zexer, CTO, Matrix
The VC point of view – Yaron Polak, Genesis Partners
Custumer point of view:
E-web 2.0 (Hebrew) – Raz Heiferman, Bezeq Corporate Computing
What is Web 2.0 at McKinsey (English) – David Chin, McKinsey
The CEO point of view – Erez Meltzer, CEO Africa-Israel Investment
Supplier Point of view:
How to do it – Prof. Gadi Ariav, Tel Aviv University, Business School
Supplier Mapping – Jimmy Schwarzkopf , STKI
What do we think? – Mor Sagmon, SAP
Enterprise 2.0 Keynote:
Presented by: Pini Burtman, IBM Global Technology Unit
David Boloker, CTO for emerging Internet Technology, IBM Software Group, Cambridge USA.
IBM Enterprise 2.0 strategy = Innovation + Middleware
This version is taken from the People and Computer conference -- so it is the latest. Have fun...
Claim: Web 2.0 is here. Lots of buzz.
Enterprise 2.0 -- How McKinsey & Company is using Web 2.0 to Transform its Internal Knowledge Management
Tuesday, January 09, 2007
... an incredible video of the in-world briefing on the genocide in Darfur organized by the US Holocaust Museum that took place last month. The video features a very skillful and powerful juxtaposition of in-world footage and images from Sudanese refugee camps. Makes me want to work on my video editing skills. Produced by Lichtenstein Media, machinima footage by In Kenzo.
Well worth your 12 minutes.
Tuesday, January 02, 2007
Afeka College of Engineering was established in the 1996. Afeka was among the first non-university institutions accredited by the Israel Council for Higher Education to grant academic degrees in engineering. Combining an educational philosophy of instruction, aimed at broadening educational opportunity for students showing technological aptitude, with a curriculum that is responsive to the needs of industry, the College has become a unique presence in the field of higher education.
1,650 students studied engineering in the following departments:
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering
- Mechanical and Systems Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Industrial Engineering and Management --> this is my depatment.
- Medical Engineering has been opened.