2003 - October
The aeffability of knowledge management
by Stephen Downes
October 2003The Aeffability of Knowledge Management  The challenge of knowledge management, and hence of online learning, is to make it work with the complexity and richness of actual human communication.
Fault management in mobile computing
by Goutam Kumar Saha
October 2003Business people on the go need portability and mobility in their computing environments. However, such mobile environments often suffer from transient faults. This article discusses how to manage faults in order to get better availability for small wireless devices.
by William Paul Fiefer
October 2003In the not-too-distant-future, firewalls spark a battle over port regulation and ownership
The digital aid framework
by Jason Sargent
October 2003Technology enables humanitarian relief organizations to come closer to achieving Dunant's dream. The Digital Aid Framework shows organizations how to use technology during complex humanitarian relief operations.
visuos: a visuo-spatial operating software for knowledge work
by Clemens Lango
October 2003Modular, integrated software could help knowledge workers keep track and make sense of abundant information by narrowing the cognitive load.
Talking with security expert M. E. Kabay
by Ubiquity staff
October 2003Adaptive attackers, novice computer users, indifferent management - it's no wonder our defensive mechanisms need continuous refinement.