Monthly Archives: May 2013

Congrats Matt, Toni & WordPress team

Happy 10th, WordPress!! 🙂

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Google’s Products Are Just By-Products Of Its Quest For Tomorrow

The bigger picture for Google…

Coffee & Empathy: Why data without a soul is meaningless

So true…

Gigaom

While on my way back from New York, for some odd reason I started playing around with Foursquare and plotting my check-in data using a handful of apps. Very quickly I realized two things: the amount of time I spend in airplanes has doubled every year since 2009, and when I am in San Francisco, I lead a very predictable life and go to only a handful of places — a lot.

Except for one small thing: While the data shows that I lead a pretty boring life, it doesn’t reflect the “emotions” behind the data. Why, you might ask, is this important? The answer is that as we move towards a quantified society, one shaped by data, we start to dismiss things that aren’t easily quantifiable. Empathy, emotion and storytelling — these are as much a part of the business as they are of life. Without these, we might as well…

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