Played Joe the Policeman in the What's Going Down episode of That's My Mama.

How to make a retail employee more accessible in store

ibmbigdatahub.com — Brick-and-mortar shops, like their online counterparts, now have access to a wealth of data on consumer tastes and shopping habits inside and outside the walls of their stores. Through a holistic analysis of these data points, retail managers can optimize operations to prosper with a leaner staff that better predicts and reacts to the flow of foot traffic.

They Might Be Giants: Which Social Network Could Be the Next Big One?

blog.tracx.com — At the moment, it looks like the social media hierarchy has been set. In the U.S. at least, no one seems close to challenging the top tier - Faceook followed distantly by its own Instagram, along with Twitter and Linkedin.
Aug 27, 2015

RT @Tracx: Don't miss this blog post by @ToddWasserman! 'They Might Be Giants: Which Social Network Could Be The Next Big One?' at.tra.cx/1LBzx5K

Why cross-device tracking is the latest obsession for marketers

campaignlive.com — Paul Cushman likes to start his talks to marketers by asking for a show of hands for how many people checked their email that day on their desktop or laptop. Pretty much everyone raises their hands. Then he asks how many did so on their mobile device. Same response.
Aug 27, 2015

Great explanation by @toddwasserman: Why cross-device tracking is an obsession for marketers bit.ly/1KQy0Di via @campaignliveus

5 energy and utilities challenges the industry is preparing for

ibmbigdatahub.com — Several energy and utilities challenges are set to impact the industry, with a number of macro changes altering the way companies are doing business and making technological investments. The following energy and utilities challenges are all expected to have a significant impact on the industry over the next few years: Currently, the cost of a solar energy system averages at least $10,000, according to The Washington Post.
Aug 24, 2015

RT @AyleeNielsen: The top 5 energy & utilities challenges we're facing right now #smarterenergy bit.ly/1EfwWMn http://t.co/7qjfklsX…

Chinese brands: Overcapitalized, underhyped and (soon) over here

campaignlive.com — For once, the most anticipated launch in tech isn't from Apple. It's from China. Xiaomi, a five-year-old smartphone maker, has set its sights on a U.S. launch. When the brand (pronounced "SHOW mee") tested an online store in the US in May, it sold out all its 200,000 units in 30 minutes.

The Death Of The Banner Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

The Tumblr for adults: How Medium is trying to improve branded content

campaignlive.co.uk — Intel is known for microprocessors, not for whimsy, which is why the company's recent post on the history of the Slinky stood out. The post, illustrated by cartoonist Andy Warner, told the story of Richard James, a naval engineer who invented the Slinky and then suddenly decamped to Bolivia without his family to become a missionary.
Jul 27, 2015

The Tumblr for adults: How Medium is trying to improve branded content - lnkd.in/bYBmkMd

Email is Under Attack: That’s a Good Thing

blog.tracx.com — The backlash against email is gaining momentum both in the office and among younger consumers whose preferred mode of communication is other channels such as texting and social media. As a result, email's long dominance may finally start to wane, much to many marketers' chagrin since it has been such an effective communication channel.
Jul 22, 2015

RT @Tracx: Industry expert and guest blogger @ToddWasserman explains how Email is Under Attack, and why That's a Good Thing at.tra.cx/1MorIQI

Jul 24, 2015

RT @Tracx: Industry expert and guest blogger @ToddWasserman explains how Email is Under Attack, and why That's a Good Thing at.tra.cx/1MorIQI

Rest easy, CMOs: Brand fails do little damage

campaignlive.com — Jared Fogle became Subway's pitchman by famously losing 245 pounds in a year eating two of the chain's sandwiches a day. After an FBI raid last week over child pornography, though, it was Subway that shed some weight - about 200 pounds.

Advantages of solar energy: Helping consumers see the light

ibmbigdatahub.com — A few years ago, it was difficult to pinpoint the advantages of solar energy. Roof panels were expensive, their utility was unclear and consumers were considered oddballs if they had them. These days, it's a different story. Prices have come way down over the last decade. According to the U.S.
Jul 08, 2015

Advantages of solar energy: Helping consumers see the light shar.es/1qRXrx via @IBMAnalytics

Jul 08, 2015

Advantages of solar energy: Helping consumers see the light lnkd.in/eVXufmu

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Aug 27, 2015

RT @Tracx: Don't miss this blog post by @ToddWasserman! 'They Might Be Giants: Which Social Network Could Be The Next Big One?' at.tra.cx/1LBzx5K

Aug 25, 2015

Idea: GitGrub: a place where cooks can collaborate on recipes

Aug 25, 2015

That moment when you're trying to look something up and it's a damn slideshow

Aug 25, 2015

If I could invest in photo stock, I'd double down on "happy trader pics" today

Aug 24, 2015

10 Reasons Why the Stock Market is Tanking Today Oh Wait a Minute, Nevermind

Aug 24, 2015

This guy who annoys his girlfriend with puns at Ikea is my new hero: youtube.com/watch?v=7T2oje…


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