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linkHive For Feb 2nd

Here are the newest links to join the linkHiveFeb 2nd

  • dygraphs JavaScript Visualization Library – [[Wow - this is very impressive. This makes me want to do more HTML slidedecks, since this beats the pants off graph interaction on PowerPoint/Keynote etc.]] dygraphs is an open source JavaScript library that produces produces interactive, zoomable charts of time series. It is designed to display dense data sets and enable users to explore and interpret them.
  • 10 best free Windows clipboard replacements | News | TechRadar UK – Windows' clipboard consists of a single item – press [Ctrl] + [C] or [Ctrl] + [X] again, and your original entry is lost.

    Thankfully this shortcoming hasn't been lost on the programming community, and a large number of tools have been developed to fill the gap.

    So we've scoured the web looking for 10 of the best freeware alternatives.

    There's a lot of crossover between the vast majority of them, so we've highlighted what makes them unique where applicable to help you pick your chosen clipboard replacement tool.

  • What Gets Measured 1106.pdf (application/pdf Object) – Data, metric, measures, assessments, evaluations, scorecards, progress reports… Many of us have
    been faced with a whole host of measurement opportunities. Seems like some of the performance
    measurements are moving targets that we seldom hit. Some measurement processes come and go
    like fog. I recall hearing this maxim years ago: “What gets measured gets done.” It has been
    attributed to Peter Drucker, Tom Peters, Edwards Deming, Lord Kelvin and others. Why is it that so
    often we get hung up on metrics and measuring things to the point that we sometimes lose track of
    measuring what really matters?