Monthly Archives: June 2014

Why Google Capital Placed Its Hadoop Bet On MapR – Forbes

Forbes Why Google Capital Placed Its Hadoop Bet On MapR Forbes Now that MapR has received a load of cash from Google Capital, it is time to ask: What does this latest round of Hadoop funding mean? Continue reading

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Ad Age Survey: How Advertisers Are Spending on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube – AdAge.com

AdAge.com Ad Age Survey: How Advertisers Are Spending on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube AdAge.com In May, Ad Age and RBC Capital Markets jointly conducted their fifth major survey of marketer attitudes toward social media. Continue reading

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Be Mindful of the Emotions You Leave Behind

Whenever a meeting threatened to lapse into malaise, the president of a company would suddenly launch into a critique of someone at the table who could take it (usually the marketing director, who (OH, YES! Continue reading

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How to Actually Save Money

The only three things that count. – Morgan Housel – Financials (This article deserves a standing ovation. #wisdom http://t.co/R7rNV51fos) Continue reading

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Five reasons to be freaked out by the Facebook experiment

Like most of the online world, I’m stunned by the Facebook experiment designed to surreptitiously toy with the emotions of its customers. But it goes beyond the simple shock value of a company manipulating people. Continue reading

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Twitter Rolls Out App Install And Engagement Ads, And New Click Pricing, Globally – TechCrunch

Wall Street Journal (blog) Twitter Rolls Out App Install And Engagement Ads, And New Click Pricing, Globally TechCrunch Social networking platform Twitter says its MoPub ad network now reaches more than 1 billion iOS and Android users every month,… Continue reading

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How Young Leaders Can Turn Ideals Into Actions – Forbes

How Young Leaders Can Turn Ideals Into Actions Forbes This focus on using business to do good will be evident in the coming week, when Oxford University’s Said Business School hosts a program, “Leadership at the Edge”, designed specifically for the… Continue reading

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Brazil vs Chile World Cup 2014: Knockout game breaks the Twitter record for … – The Independent

The Independent Brazil vs Chile World Cup 2014: Knockout game breaks the Twitter record for … The Independent Please read our Legal Terms & Policies. A A A. Email. Continue reading

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Facebook’s Unethical Experiment Manipulated Users’ Emotions – Slate Magazine

Slate Magazine Facebook’s Unethical Experiment Manipulated Users’ Emotions Slate Magazine The researchers, who are affiliated with Facebook, Cornell, and the University of California–San Francisco, tested whether reducing the number of positive… Continue reading

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Facebook has been experimenting on you – Chicago Tribune

Facebook has been experimenting on you Chicago Tribune What sounds like something from a work of fiction is something real you can read in a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, which explains how and why Facebook used… Continue reading

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