Monthly Archives: September 2017

“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.”

The title of this post is from a quote by physicist Stephen Hawking. Though I doubt he was referring to ship building, it’s as true for us as it is anywhere. How we adapt to and manage change to our … Continue reading

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What Will Our Scientific Cyberinfrastructure Look Like In The Next 40 Years?

  This week’s entry is from Chris Romsos, the project’s Datapresence guru. Can you tell he just came out of a technical workshop? Thanks for tuning in.  //Demian ___________________ Did you know?  “United States federal research funders use the term … Continue reading

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Force Majeure

Greetings, Just a quick entry this week. I wanted to pass along that our team in Houma avoided the worst that Harvey had to offer, fortunately.  However, Gulf Island and Gibbs and Cox’s corporate headquarters are in Houston and so … Continue reading

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