Monthly Archives: May 2011

Modern Camouflage

This past weekend I was running around the track at Beverly Hills High School while listening to Deadmau5’s “Raise Your Weapon” and trying to avoid stray lacrosse balls – an epic experience in its own right. One side of the

Modern Camouflage

This past weekend I was running around the track at Beverly Hills High School while listening to Deadmau5’s “Raise Your Weapon” and trying to avoid stray lacrosse balls – an epic experience in its own right. One side of the

How Companies Are Using Data from Foursquare

I published a piece in MIT Technology Review today titled “How Companies Are Using Data from Foursquare.” It’s part of a month-long series on how data analysis technologies are helping companies better understand customer needs, and ultimately improve customer service

How Companies Are Using Data from Foursquare

I published a piece in MIT Technology Review today titled “How Companies Are Using Data from Foursquare.” It’s part of a month-long series on how data analysis technologies are helping companies better understand customer needs, and ultimately improve customer service

One-upping Pandora with well-deserved Hype

If you look to the left navigation of this blog, you’ll see a nice little blue widget that highlights the top 10 songs I recently “hearted” on the Hype Machine. For those of you who have glossed over this gem,

One-upping Pandora with well-deserved Hype

If you look to the left navigation of this blog, you’ll see a nice little blue widget that highlights the top 10 songs I recently “hearted” on the Hype Machine. For those of you who have glossed over this gem,

The Girl Next Door, No Longer?

Originally written for Project 50fifty – “because a nation that doesn’t harness half its talent can’t lead the 21st century.” One of the great follies of development economics has historically been the “top-down,” one size fits all approach. Institutions like

The Girl Next Door, No Longer?

Originally written for Project 50fifty – “because a nation that doesn’t harness half its talent can’t lead the 21st century.” One of the great follies of development economics has historically been the “top-down,” one size fits all approach. Institutions like

<3 Spring

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<3 Spring

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