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When people meet you online it is similar to meeting you in person for the first time. They want to understand you and understand you fairly quickly. What they are understanding is your persona, a sense of who you are that is communicated in a quick kind of shorthand. Written by Lee Schneider Every celebrity […]Read More
Nikola Tesla was thinking of radio in 1904 when he wrote, “the entire earth will be converted into a huge brain, as it were, capable of response in every one of its parts,” but he may as well have been writing about the Internet. I’ve been thinking about the web, and the future, because I […]Read More
Guest Post Written by Sam Zaman In an ideal world, businesses would convert 100% of the leads that they generate. Many times, new businesses don’t fully understand exactly how to increase their conversion rates on leads the receive either online, over the phone, or even in person. Today I want to focus on ten things […]Read More
Written by Christopher Shiostu Is facial recognition accurate? Can it be hacked? These are just some of the questions being raised by lawmakers, civil libertarians, and privacy advocates in the wake of an ACLU report released earlier this summer that claimed Amazon’s facial recognition software, Rekognition, misidentified 28 members of congress as criminals. Rekognition is […]Read More
If it feels like everyone’s listening to podcasts these days, you’re not imagining it. According to Midroll, 67 million Americans listen to podcasts each month, a number up 45% from 2015. Ever wonder if those podcasts make money? How do they keep going with episode after episode? Producing quality content is a lot of work. […]Read More