Thoughts on the sale of user information.
Tags: Facebook, Privacy, Wired
Maybe Zuck was wrong after all.
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Google, Sponsored, Too Big to Ignore
Thoughts on how little the IRS knows about Data 101.
I’ll be talking to the Rush drummer. Got any questions for him?
Thoughts on the latest move by some authors in the Amazon-Hachette dispute.
Tags: Amazon, HuffPo, Writing
Thoughts on Christian Rudder’s text. Two words: Buy it.
Tags: Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google
The problem isn’t e-mail. The problem is how we use it.
Tags: Message Not Received, Wired
A look at Daniel Levitin’s new book
Tags: HuffPo, Message Not Received
Problem in Chair, Not in Computer
Tags: Microsoft, Sponsored, The Visual Organization
My next opus is now up on Amazon.
Tags: Message Not Received
A note about the cost of my two Motion books.
Tags: The Age of the Platform, The New Small
Why it’s important to move beyond static dataviz.
Tags: dataviz, Sponsored, The Visual Organization
Long gone are the days in which IT needs to generate reports for non-technical employees. Never before has technology been so powerful, democratic, and user-friendly. — Me
Long gone are the days in which IT needs to generate reports for non-technical employees. Never before has technology been so powerful, democratic, and user-friendly.
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