During the first “Tweet-up” at the INFORMS Annual Meeting, we tossed around a few blogging ideas. We decided to try something new: all OR bloggers are invited to write one post about a monthly theme. The theme will be provided by INFORMS (email your ideas!). The first theme for the month of December is OR and the holidays. Look for my post in the coming days as well as posts by all of your favorite OR bloggers. In the mean time, check out the official INFORMS announcement and Mike Trick’s take for more details.
December 1, 2010
OR bloggers to begin a monthly blog-off
By Laura Albert
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