I’ve previously written how we need more people with serious data chops. In that story I pointed to several recent reference points (qualitative and quantitative) of the increasing demand, yet limited supply of Analytics-savvy professionals.
As if the decline of cable TV wasn’t obvious enough (I wish we could expedite the end of the ‘dumb pipe’ even faster) anyone with a pulse knows the physical video rental model has long been over.
Avatars. Memes. Internet. It’s all so new and scary! But don’t worry clueless Internet user, MSM is here to help. In what could pass ironically for a story in The Onion, CNN thought it important enough to report on users changing their avatars in Facebook.
I’ve always been fascinated by time, the most precious resource. I’m also clearly a fan of infographics and data visualizations. At the intersection of those two, there’s a cool series of graphics over on the blog wait but why showing time in context.
In 2011, I shared thinking that voicemail is basically irrelevant in a text-driven world. Since that time leaving voicemail has, from a cultural and utilitarian standpoint, continued to slip from dated to obnoxious.