LetterMathiasDoepfnerEricSchmidt.pdf. A Solution to the Inherent Problems of 'Do Not Track' In my experience as a product manager there are almost no win:win situations in real life.
Solving a problem for someone means adding to the workload of another, and prioritising one feature means delaying another. Everything is a game of trade-off where the business case is king. However, there is a situation currently impacting our industry within which a number of very significant issues could all be resolved neatly, in a way which appears to be in everyone’s interests and requires minimal effort. I can only think that the reason this has not already taken place is the amount of time spent by people with differing interests, teasing and tugging at the strands of this issue until it resembles the Gordian knot. I humbly submit the following as my simple solution to cut through the muddle. As an industry we have the following problems: An insufficient self-regulatory programme. Do you see what I see? Signatories must honour the DNT flag as if it were an opt-out cookie.
BEST PRACTICES EN TORNO A LA GESTIÓN DIGITAL BASADA EN DATOS. Lo hemos conseguido, el 3 de febrero pasado logramos organizar el primer desayuno temático: Best Practices en torno a la gestión digital basada en datos de negocios digitales, con un grupo de ponentes de auténtico lujo: Izanami Martínez, CEO de www.nonabox.com y Alberto González-Calero, Gerente de Estrategia de www.cabify.com Tuvimos además una gran presencia de público, lo que siempre es satisfactorio,
Google+Softcard Levels Field Against Apple - Starpoint Blog - Finventures. 24 Feb 2014 Well done Google.
As predicted last month, Google announced last night that it had acquired “some exciting technology and IP from Softcard”. The price? My guess is around $50-60M, plus multi year revenue share (below). Is Big Data Relevant in Digital Analytics? Small Data first, then worry about Big Data - Analítica Inteligente. Big Data is a term that stirs a lot of excitement in digital marketing.
And a lot of anxiety for CMOs, Heads of Analytics and Digital/Web Analysts who wonder, Is my company getting the most out of Big Data? These days, Big Data is a big deal. According to ABI Research, global spending on Big Data will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 29.6% over the next five years, reaching $114 billion in 2018.1 In addition, Science Daily estimates that up to 90% of the world’s data has been created in just the last two years.2 That’s part of the reason why the amount of data in the world is roughly doubling every couple of years.3. Webtrekk sur Twitter : "Does #BrandAdvertising exist? Check out @spenceraltman’s new white paper: ¿Cómo analizar qué canales pueden reactivar clientes? - Analítica Inteligente. Web Analytics World sur Twitter : Is a High End Analytics Tool only nice to have? Think Porsche @RalfHaberich. ¿Por qué debo creerme una métrica calculada a partir de una muestra si cambiando la muestra cambiaría el valor?
Esta es una pregunta que, como estadística, me han hecho incontables veces y muchas de ellas en el entorno del samplig (injustamente tratado de forma habitual como el demonio) de Google Analytics.
Dado este fenómeno reiterado he creído que era un buen tema a tratar en un post. La respuesta constituye la esencia de la teoría del muestreo estadístico y para responderla vamos a focalizarnos en el tiempo medio en el site. La clave reside en las buenas propiedades de los estimadores utilizados habitualmente, entre ellos por supuesto la media, que son las siguientes: 1. Diego Semprún sur Twitter : "I've gone through this, but its still shocking to review how we have changed by @davemcclure #southsummit14. Wall Street Journal on Twitter: "See how Google shuffles revenue around Europe to minimize taxes:
IT background. YouTube. Mary Meeker's Latest Masterful Presentation On The State Of The Web. Big Data. Digital Wealth. Pro. IT Security. Deals. Social Media. Programing. Intelectual Property. Advertising Campaigns. The First Trillion-Dollar Startup. Editor’s note: Rhett Morris is the director of Endeavor Insight, the research arm of Endeavor, a nonprofit that supports more than 900 entrepreneurs in 20 countries.
He edits a blog and monthly newsletter on entrepreneurship ecosystems here. In 1957, eight entrepreneurs decided to do something that seemed crazy. They launched a new tech company called Fairchild Semiconductor in a small town south of San Francisco. The entrepreneurs had a difficult start, but Fairchild eventually became the first major computer chip company in the region. Although many people are familiar with Fairchild’s success, few know the full extent of its impact. Fairchild’s Launch and Early Success The achievements of Fairchild’s co-founders are even more impressive when you consider where they occurred. As the chart below illustrates, the San Francisco area was far behind other U.S. cities in the development of the transistor companies that made up the early computer chip industry. The Fairchild Valley.
Microsoft tells US: The world’s servers are not yours for the taking. Microsoft's fight against the US position that it may search its overseas servers with a valid US warrant is getting nasty.
Microsoft, which is fighting a US warrant that it hand over e-mail to the US from its Ireland servers, wants the Obama administration to ponder a scenario where the "shoe is on the other foot. " "Imagine this scenario. Officers of the local Stadtpolizei investigating a suspected leak to the press descend on Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany," Microsoft said. "They serve a warrant to seize a bundle of private letters that a New York Times reporter is storing in a safe deposit box at a Deutsche Bank USA branch in Manhattan. The bank complies by ordering the New York branch manager to open the reporter's box with a master key, rummage through it, and fax the private letters to the Stadtpolizei. " In a Monday legal filing with the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals, Microsoft added that the US government would be outraged.
When the Forces of Media Disruption Hit Home - NYTimes.com. Photo I’ve been around long enough to have once marveled at the improbability of the fax machine — that can’t be real!
— but I like to think of myself as modern.