There has been a data-revolution taking place in the last couple of decades. I am not referring to the trendy conversation taking off about the Big Data industry, which companies like McKinsey are calling the next frontier in innovation, but...
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2012 in social media will be remembered for a lot of things, but the one theme that ran through the year was the dominance of socially shared images. From Pinterest to Facebook/Instagram to viral videos we could not avoid ('Gangnam Style' anyone?
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Andrés Vásquez and Felipe Cárdenas, a gay couple in Colombia, have reportedly stirred up a furor on social media after a photo of their nativity scene featuring two Josephs made its way on to the web, the NY Daily News...
Which is akin to the state of play of "social media". In March 2010, I wrote a post called "The Social Media Bubble"; controversial at the time, it's perhaps less so now: once-heavily touted social media stocks, the prizes of both ...
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