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I’ll tell you my areas of interest, you tell me if they interest you. Right now I’m following the evolution of data science and the quantified self.

What industries are impacted?

How does this change the role of the consumer?

I’m drilling down one area of big data, exploring the cross-section of predictive analytics & commerce. I’ve learned from industry pioneers like MIT professor Michael Stonebreaker, and crafty executioners like Fab.com’s Jason Goldberg.

I bring you regular commentary and industry findings: SiliconANGLE, where I’m a Senior Editor, and my personal blog at The Clever Life.

If data defines society, how should blockchain redefine data?

From voting data to land ownership, the manner in which records are kept affects the whole of society. In today’s ad-driven economy, much of that data is held in corporate servers, and society is questioning the overseers. Look no further than the recent Equifax breach for justification of societal concern. Such intrusions on centralized databases […]

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Desensitized to politics, race wars? Common at The White House re-inspires and reimagines

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Feeling desensitized regarding today’s political and racial realities? Suffering from #livesmatter overload? Get re-inspired and educated, with a treat of a performance from recording artist Common. The historic NPR event takes its acclaimed Tiny Desk Concert program to the White House Library, a starkly formal setting compared to the show’s homy broadcast headquarters. The politics of modern slavery Encompassing […]

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