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@johnlovett : If You Only Knew the Power of the Dark Side

  Following the rules, per John Lovett’s tweet, sounds like solid advice . . . for those issues where pretty much anyone would agree rules are solid. However, for just about everything there are few areas of clear delineation and … Continue reading

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The Future of #Measure is Bright: #ACCELERATE Nov 18

Create Solutions From Challenges Digital Measurement Professional Outlook At eMetrics NY I was on a panel with Chris Berry of Syncapse moderated by Gary Angel wherein Chris made the distinction between Sentiment Analysis and Opinion Mining or Topic Classification During … Continue reading

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Sentiment Analyis at eMetrics

Initial Sentiment of Sentiment Panel Gary Angel, Chris Berry and myself participated in a pretty darn cool conversation on the topic of sentiment analysis during eMetrics in NYC October 19,2011. A component was my chart of the sentiment of tweets … Continue reading

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Remove the Execu-Speak Loop From Analytics

Competing in a Competitive World All Skills To Port James is a good friend of mine who worked his way through school, earning a degree in Chemistry and went looking for his next step. At the time James was heavily … Continue reading

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#Measure Career Development – Beyond Analytics Ninjas

“Dude, where’s my Job?” Avinash Kaushik posted on his, far more widely read, blog post a ‘Web Analytics Career Guide: From Zero to Hero In Five Steps!‘ which is well worth a read. What about the slightly experienced web analyst? … Continue reading

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