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British Academy and Wiley-Blackwell Announce Result of the 2010 Wiley Prize

(as.wiley.com): Dr Essi Viding, an outstanding young developmental psychologist from University College London specialising in the causes of violent antisocial behaviour in children and adolescents, has been named by the British Academy and Wiley-Blackwell as the winner of the 2010 Wiley Prize, awarded for the first time this year to an early career scholar.The Academy's Wiley Prize in Psychology, worth 5,000, was created in 2009 as an annual award to recognize outstanding contributions in a field of psychology. For the first time this year it rewards research by a younger UK-based psychologist (within five years of receipt of doctorate) whose research and achievements show exceptional promise.
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New e-journals project help Indian students, researchers and faculty members access 2,000 e-journals and 51,000 digitalised books

(ptinews.com): ) Over 2,000 e-journals and 51,000 digitalised books will be just a click away for students, researchers and faculty members of over 7,000 colleges across the country with the launch of an electronic library, N-LIST, here today. The National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content (N-LIST) project will also enable users to access the e-resources and download articles.
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Has Apple invented a whole new paradigm for computing?

(business.rediff.com): Apple Computer announced on Monday that the iPad had sold 1 million units in just 28 days, notably faster than the iPhone's 74 days. Although the initial euphoria has died down, it is worth considering if Apple has, true to its image as an innovator, created something truly new and different. The chatterati are divided: technologists are disappointed by what's not in the iPad, while ordinary users seem pleased that it is easy to use and requires less maintenance than a standard PC.
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Digital Universe to Surpass 1 Zettabyte in 2010

(softpedia.com): For a long period of time, especially in the last century, humankind settled into its role as a consumer society. Information, products, everything was produced by few and consumed by many. Thanks to the Internet, that is changing, everyone is a creator today, for example, by simply posting a tweet. This newfound creativity, though, has a very measurable side effect, it produces a huge amount of digital data. In fact, 'huge,' may not even begin to cover it, this year, the "Digital Universe," the total amount of data stored in the world's computers, will surpass a zettabyte. One zettabyte is equal to a million million gigabytes, a number so large it is hard to get our minds around it.
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When precision is required, content management delivers

(onlinetmd.com): Prior to implementing an ECM solution to capture, manage, store, preserve, and deliver content and documents related to organizational processes, when a job order was received, that information was printed out and put into a folder, which employees walked from department to department throughout a 155,000ft2 plant. It was difficult to track the status of these folders at any given time. Folders went missing and people spent a lot of time trying to locate them. In addition, machinists had to wait for engineers to show them the prints and specs for the various parts they were responsible for producing, which caused production delays.
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