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NYT Columnist Proves (Again) Op-Eds Are Out Of Touch With Society

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I love the NYT, it has always been one of my favorite publications I’ve read daily since I was a kid. However this opinion piece on marijuana reform is without question the single worst thing I think I’ve ever read on the site. Go read it, we’ll wait.

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January 3, 2014 Author Adam Singer In links, quick bits

Your Website Is Fat & Slow: Resolve To Make It Faster In 2014

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There is a plugin I install on any browser I use, called Ghostery. I use it to understand scripts a site is loading that may be slowing the site down. As you will learn, website load time is an incredibly important metric that is often looked over when optimizing sites for conversions.

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January 1, 2014 Author Guest Author In Digital Marketing and PR

Anti-Internet Labels Are Ruining Mix Culture & Cloud Music Platforms


I’ve already written posts bemoaning industries who cling to the past particularly on issues like copyright. But I’ve typically shared examples of other people and brands put in these ridiculous situations that benefit no one.

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December 28, 2013 Author Adam Singer In Web Trends and News

Future Buzz Top 10 Most Popular Stories Of 2013


We’re about to wrap up another year of publishing at The Future Buzz and head into year 7 of this site. Some of you have been here from the beginning and read nearly everything we’ve shared, which is amazing (& extremely motivating to everyone who writes here).

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December 13, 2013 Author Adam Singer In links, quick bits

20 Pieces Of Advice For People In Their 20’s


I’ve read a rash of articles with the above title (or similar) over the last year or so. Some from people I know, others from various lifestyle columnists and random bloggers.

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December 8, 2013 Author Adam Singer In Inspiration

Analytics = Most Desirable Skill (And Largest Talent Gap) For 2014


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.

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December 4, 2013 Author Adam Singer In links, quick bits