As a member of the newly formed Core Operations Process & Prototype team you will be responsible for LCS Customer Data Management. You will provide project management skills, analytical “horsepower” and business judgment to support strategic and tactical data management activities globally. You will work with the team on all core repeating globally standard operational processes beyond that produced by Planning, Campaign Selling and Analytic teams. Such processes include responsibility for x-Channel Management decisions, LCS Podding, LCS Customer Data Management, and any other centralized sales LCS process that needs eventual operational alignment (e.g. elements of account planning).
Google has very high performance standards and everyone is expected to work aggressively to achieve challenging goals. You have demonstrated top quartile performance in a blue chip consulting or similar environment and have graduated with outstanding academic performance. You are a self-starter who can work in a rapidly changing industry; you tolerate ambiguity and demonstrate problem-solving leadership with limited oversight. Responsibilities Be the owner of Sales data standards, reference data and coordinate change management in those areas, which includes chairing the Data Management Working Group
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Modular Cubelets Let You Create Your Own Robots
Modular Robotics shows off their Cubelets at CES 2012.
We’ve seen a lot of big things at CES, huge even, but sometimes its the small things that amaze us the most. It’s pretty much expected that we’d see a lot of new televisions, tablets and ultrabooks, so its always refreshing to see something a little new at CES. Created by Modular Robotics, the Cubelets showcased at CES were quite a treat.
One way to describe Cubelets would be to call them the evolved version of Legos, but even then these miniature robots are in a class of their own. They’re marketed as a children’s toy (ages 8+) but we can certainly imagine some creative adults having fun with these as well. Cubelets are a number of small multicolor cubes that each serve an individual purpose and can be snapped together to create an almost limitless combination of robots.
The blocks are classified into three major subcategories: action blocks, sense blocks and think/utility blocks. Some examples of action blocks are blocks with moving wheels, a flashlight, or a speaker. Sense blocks are cubes that respond to external factors such as brightness, temperature and touch. Think/utility blocks such as the battery or passive block are the ones that act according to connected cubes.
The Cubelets are in a constant state of development since enthusiastic adults are constantly throwing new suggestions their way. One of which that the company is working on involves the ability for innovative users to reprogram their own blocks. With the current number of blocks that are available, there are already so many different combinations so it’ll definitely be interesting to see where Cubelets are in a couple of years. For now, you can preorder your Cubelets in packages of 6 for $160, which will be shipped in a few months time.
Great black tech webisode :
Well, it is our (12Machines) first official day at our first official CES and it is pretty amazing. There is so much to see and so much we have already seen.
Here is a sample of some of the several booths and vendors that we had the pleasure of talking to. Stay tuned for reviews from several of the vendors in the near future.
Cool black tech webisode :
In this episode, I take a look the new updated Duracell Powermat charging system
Great black tech webisode :
Smartphones these days are equipped with GPS, but nothing is as reliable as a dedicated navigational device such as the Garmin Nuvi 1300… Here’s a brief overview, enjoy!
Great black tech blog :
I think apps like SugarSync being brought to the Kindle Fire is big because it can be looked at as more than just a “Kindle to read books on that can also access web”. Some of the same reasoning behind purchasing a more expensive iPad or native Android tablet (productivity) can possibly be achieved at almost half the cost by purchasing a Kindle Fire.
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"The People United Will Never Be Defeated": Vuzix augmented reality Smart Glasses prototype hands-on (video)
Remember those wicked holographic augmented reality glasses that DARPA was so hot to build? They’re almost here. Hiding out at Vuzix’s CES booth we found a functional prototype for its Smart Glasses industrial class monocular display — a special lens attached to a proprietary display driver…