Category Archives: Curation

“We’ve tested 25 #AI engines & only @Squirro brought benefit”

As known, I work for Squirro. Our customer Evalueserve just released this short video: “We’ve tested 25 #AI engines & only @Squirro brought benefit. This is why #robots won’t replace us” @Evaluserve, 23 August 2016 I agree.

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Twitter Automation: Just Say No

I just came across this post by Laurel Miltner and couldn’t agree more. Her main argument is, that automating tweets goes against everything what social media is intended to be. Let’s take this argument one step further: Let’s suppose that … Continue reading

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The myth of overnight success

Chris Dixon writes: Angry Birds was Rovio’s 52nd game. They spent eight years and almost went bankrupt before finally creating their massive hit. Pinterest is one of the fastest growing websites in history, but struggled for a long time. Pinterest’s … Continue reading

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Aggregate or get aggregated

Source: Matthew Ingram on Aggregation Matthew Ingram discusses the all new Pew Research Center report on the state of media 2012. He points out that news aggregation is a way of life for ever more consumers. Actually more users arrive at an online offering … Continue reading

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The problem of constriction

In a previous post I lamented on the information hyperinflation and called for digital noise reduction. Today I would like to point to problem with this approach: By reducing noise you may also narrow your horizon. Source: GannetLocal Digital techniques … Continue reading

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Digital noise reduction

“Why Google+ rocks”. Aha. That assertion was brought to me multiple times on consecutive days. Here’s a recent screenshot of my Google+ stream: Same message, twice (additional duplicates omitted to save space). The early praise was all about Google changing … Continue reading

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