DataGotham

I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the second annual DataGotham Empire State of Data conference earlier this month.  From the lightening talks on Thursday night to the all day session and product/employer expo on Friday, this event reminded me how glad I am to be part of the NYC data and technology […]

Girls I Know…

Jen Steele’s great site…check it out!  You can occasionally find Jen at one of my favorite places, FORGTMENOT.

Babelogue

The intro to Rock ‘n Roll Nigger by the Patti Smith Group in 1978 on Easter: I haven’t fucked much with the past, but I’ve fucked plenty with the future. Over the skin of silk are scars from the splinters of stations and walls I’ve caressed. A stage is like each bolt of wood, like […]

Using science to understand what we do on mobile

This was published earlier this month from AdExchanger: Get Off the Cookie Diet I am having a lot of fun writing these!

Loving what you do

Not sure how I missed this but luckily caught up on my Sunday NYTimes magazine articles while driving across the country recently: Data You Can Believe In  How the precision targeting of “persuadable” voters that put President Obama over the top in 2012 could revolutionize the advertising industry.   If this article makes your mind […]

No art without math and science

I had the fortune to spend a few days in Barcelona last month and spent hours at La Sagrada Familia among other Antoni Gaudi projects. Everything Gaudi designed is inspired by science – mostly, environmental and geometric. The combination of the two is captured in the following photo taken from inside the church: The columns […]

Alchemy perhaps?

As seen in Amsterdam at HPS.

Paths to our destination

Paths to our destination – when a path is repetitive, do you find yourself optimizing the route to get to your work, abode or any other regular location?  I have specific lane patterns at different portions of 93N heading into Boston from the south.  (never, ever, the left lane).  I have specific lane patterns heading […]

Spouting about mobile…

Mobile Audience Creation Through Data Science A fun Q&A with Judith Aquino from AdExchanger

Tags vs. Categorization

My usage of tags vs. categories is cyclical.   Is it easier to provide a tree or breadcrumb structure to find new topics or allow for many to many associations?  At the moment, I am using tags again in my email (thanks to Jamie!) vs. moving to folders…the latter seemed too old school. Tagging also […]