Category Archives: Digital Media

Facebook’s F8 Conference, Day One

It’s day one of F8, Facebook’s annual developer conference. It’s hard to imagine that, for most of us, the platform is barely 10 years old; it was opened to anyone who had a valid email address in September 2006. But, … Continue reading

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New Report: The Data-Driven Business

As we are continually reminded, data is everywhere, but what are organizations actually doing with it? My new report, “The Data-Driven Business: How Industry Leaders Use Data to Create Value”, looks at how data, big or small, is informing and … Continue reading

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My Research Agenda for 2016

A few weeks ago, my Altimeter colleagues and I published our 2016 trends overview. In it, I called out three themes that I expect will become more predominant this year: Analytics for the visual web (images, video, etc.); Ethical data … Continue reading

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Are we building a data “genome”?

Lately, I can’t stop collecting examples of how data and algorithms have infused our daily lives. But it’s not just the ads we click on or the items we place in shopping carts. Today, data carries intimate information about our bodies, finances, friends, interests, politics, family histories … Continue reading

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Is Twitter Obligated to Preserve Politicians’ Deleted Tweets?

Politicians everywhere are probably celebrating like crazy this week. The Sunlight Foundation, an organization dedicated to making politics accountable and transparent, was just told by Twitter that it would no longer have access to its developer API, which enabled the site’s … Continue reading

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