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Top Stories: June 11-15, 2012

Top Stories: June 11-15, 2012

The future of desktops, ethics and big data, narrative vs spreadsheets.

This week on O'Reilly: Josh Marinacci predicted that 90% of computer users will rely on mobile, but 10% will still need desktops; the authors of "Ethics of Big Data" explored data's trickiest issues; and Narrative Science CTO Kris Hammond discussed narrative's role in data analytics.

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A reduced but important future for desktop computing

A reduced but important future for desktop computing

Josh Marinacci: 90% will rely on mobile, but 10% will still need desktops.

OSCON speaker Josh Marinacci sees a future where most people rely on mobile devices to handle their computing needs, but a select and small group of power users will continue to use desktop machines.

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US CTO seeks to scale agile thinking and open data across federal government

US CTO seeks to scale agile thinking and open data across federal government

Todd Park is looking for Presidential Innovation Fellows to help government work better.

In this interview, U.S. chief technology officer Todd Park lays out his ambitious agenda to apply technology in the public interest. Park has introduced new presidential fellowships and programs to scale open data across the federal government, releasing more health information and making digital government citizen-centric.

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